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From Philip Martin <philip.mar...@wandisco.com>
Subject Re: Slow VM, svn client drops connection with FIN packet
Date Tue, 14 Jan 2014 11:33:10 GMT
stuartm.coding@gmail.com writes:

> I have another failure, with some debug info, and some updates.
>
> We're switching to a different system for this particular repository, so I 
> may or may not be able to continue debug efforts. :-(
>
> Since there's no debug info available for the svn 1.8 client, I haven't 
> been running that.
>
> I went a full week without a failure, which I suspect is due to the 
> enormous amount of debugging that neon-debug-mask=255 produces, so this 
> week I dialed it back to 127 and got a failure on the first try.
>
> Here's the latest failure. First up, the debug info:
> Got 8192 bytes.
> XML: Parsing 8192 bytes.
> XML: char-data (235) returns 0
> XML: xmlParseChunk returned 0
> Reading 8192 bytes of response body.
> Got 6600 bytes.
> XML: Parsing 6600 bytes.
> XML: char-data (235) returns 0
> XML: xmlParseChunk returned 0
> Reading 8192 bytes of response body.
> Aborted request (-3): Could not read response body

That message comes from ne_request.c and the -3 is NE_SOCK_CLOSED
defined in ne_socket.h:

#define NE_SOCK_CLOSED (-3)
/* Connection was reset (e.g. server crashed) */

> sess: Closing connection.
> sess: Connection closed.
> Request ends, status 200 class 2xx, error line:
> Could not read response body: connection was closed by server
> Running destroy hooks.
> Request ends.
> svn: E175002: REPORT of '/svn/repos/<name>/!svn/me': Could not read 
> response body: connection was closed by server (http://<server>)
> sess: Destroying session.
> sess: Destroying session.

What does the server error log show?

-- 
Philip Martin | Subversion Committer
WANdisco // *Non-Stop Data*

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