Crash in bzr-svn

Alexander Belchenko bialix at
Thu Feb 28 20:29:06 GMT 2008

Paul Moore пишет:
> On 28/02/2008, Alexander Belchenko <bialix at> wrote:
>> I just run the same command as you describe to see what happens.
> Thanks.
>>  Did you try to import sequentially by 1000 revisions at a time?
> I'm not sure how to do that. Can you explain?

IIRC, doing this:

bzr init-repo --rich-root-pack python.svn
cd python.svn
bzr init trunk
cd trunk
bzr pull -r1000

If this operation succeed your next step is

bzr pull -r2000

and so on. May be you can step wider, with 5000 revisions at time.

> By the way, I notice that the bzr process seems to be taking 1.3GB of
> RAM. It doesn't *seem* to be growing, but I haven't been watching it
> for long. No, it has just jumped to 1.4GB. It looks like there may be
> a memory leak (or if not a leak as such, at least a continual growth
> in memory as the operation continues) and maybe the crash is therefore
> simply running out of RAM.
> I have the prebuilt binary of bzr-svn, which I believe includes the
> patch for a svn memory leak, so I'm assuming it's not that particular
> issue.
> Paul.

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