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From Thorsten Schöning <tschoen...@am-soft.de>
Subject Re: Disk space problem
Date Tue, 13 Dec 2011 08:01:23 GMT
Guten Tag Xiaogang Zhang,
am Montag, 12. Dezember 2011 um 23:40 schrieben Sie:

> I have created a repository in the disk E, and start to import a large
> project to it. In the halfway, I got a message from the OS saying the C
> drive space is low, it seems to me that SVN is storing data onto the disk C.

How large is this project really and with how much RAM is your server
equipped? Maybe an increasing swap file is your real problem? Normally
SVN saves it's data only in the working directory with it's own .svn/tmp
folder or in the transactions folders of the repository somewhere on E
in your case. I don't think it uses the users temp folder, but I might
be wrong.

> 1. How should I stop the "import" process, without causing any problem,
> such as leave rubbish data in the disk?

Not committed transactions, like in the middle of your import process,
can be deleted by svnadmin without leaving rubbish data. If your
aborted import is the only data, you could even just delete and
recreate the whole repository.

> 2. How can I force SVN store data onto drive E (or any disk I specified)
> rather than on the C drive?

I think it does by default.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,

Thorsten Schöning

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