bzr heads consumes > 3GB of memory

Jelmer Vernooij jelmer at
Mon Nov 24 22:09:56 GMT 2008

Am Montag, den 24.11.2008, 23:55 +0200 schrieb Alexander Belchenko:
> Nicholas Allen пишет:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I branched an svn repository with bazaar. It has around 60000 revisions
> > in it. When I run "bzr heads" in the shared repository all my available
> > RAM (> 3GB) is consumed and bzr crashes with an out of memory exception.
> > 
> > This command should be instant and use practically no memory. It only
> > has to find the revisions that don't have any parent revisions...
> I think problem in bzr-svn. heads command try to find all branches recursively,
> this means probind *every* subdirectory for valid bzr branch. It seems like
> bzr-svn is major slowdown here. I think so because when I'm trying to run
> bzr heads in shared repo with 10 branches with bzr-svn installed I have to
> killed bzr after 30 minutes. But when I uninstalling bzr-svn then it executes
> much much faster.
Does "bzr --no-plugins heads" work fine?



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