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Re: Out of memory on AIX - works on Linux


From: Paul Edwards
Subject: Re: Out of memory on AIX - works on Linux
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 21:38:29 GMT

Which may or may not be a client bug that has suddenly
come to life.  If you report a problem with 1.11.9 to
1.11.9, it will mean that there's only one set of code that
needs to be looked at.

BFN.  Paul.


"Gunturi Srimanth" <address@hidden> wrote in message news:address@hidden
> The client is a completely different machine which
> talks to both the Linux and AIX CVS servers. The same
> client is able to checkout a 70M file from linux,
> whereas it says 'server aborted', out of memory.. etc
> when checking out from the AIX box.
>
>
> --- Paul Edwards <address@hidden> wrote:
> > "Gunturi Srimanth" <address@hidden>
> > wrote in message
> >
> news:address@hidden
> > >  I have a Linux machine (RH9) with CVS 1.11.2 on
> > it,
> > > and I am able to check in/out large files (~70MB).
> > But
> > > when I try to checkout the same on an AIX machine
> > > which has cvs 1.11.9 on it, the client just ends
> > up
> > > with the following message :
> > > -----------------------------------------
> > > cvs [update aborted]: out of memory; can not
> > allocate
> > > 335 bytes
> > > -----------------------------------------
> > > Is there some system setting, like a minimum vm
> > size,
> > > or something similar which I should set on the AIX
> > > machine to get cvs to serve the large file ? Any
> > > suggestions ?
> >
> > CVS is serving the file, isn't it?  The problem is
> > on your
> > client, isn't it?  If so, why don't you upgrade your
> > client to
> > cvs 1.11.9 so that we can see if the latest code has
> > such a
> > problem?
> >
> > BFN.  Paul.
> >
> >
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