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From "Patten, James" <>
Subject RE: Subversion crash report
Date Mon, 25 Jan 2016 16:50:57 GMT
I downloaded SlikSVN and installed it, using the Typical installation.  I then copied the DLLs
and EXEs from C:\Program Files (x86)\SlikSvn\bin to C:\MyScripts\SVN2 so that it was easier
to type the address, and ran the merge again.  It crashed.  I have included the log files
as you requested.


From: Stefan Hett []
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2016 10:58 AM
To: Patten, James
Cc: 'subversion'
Subject: Re: Subversion crash report

Sorry.  I'm using the distribution from Collabnet.

From: Stefan Hett []
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2016 7:30 AM
To: Patten, James
Cc: 'subversion'
Subject: Re: Subversion crash report

Hi James,

Windows client, using a Powershell script running the svn command line.  I am running 64-bit
Windows 7, running it in Powershell 4.  I use the 32-bit build because only developers have
64-bit windows.


From: Stefan Hett []
Sent: Monday, January 25, 2016 5:25 AM
To: Patten, James;<>
Subject: Re: Subversion crash report

Hi James,

without knowing which client you are using it's a bit difficult to dig into this problem.
>From the logs I can only get your command line, working directory, version number (1.9.2)
and see that you are using a 32-bit build:
Cmd line: "C:\MyScripts\SVN\svn.exe"  merge svn://
--accept tc
Working Dir: C:\SVN_Play\z-our-server\trunk\MACWIS


#1  0x6eec60b0 in apr_file_mktemp()
#2  0x6eec66d1 in apr_file_open()
#3  0x5e55ada1 in svn_mergeinfo__filter_catalog_by_ranges()
#4  0x6eec7c2b in apr_file_read()
#5  0x6eec5d71 in apr_file_read_full()
#6  0x6dc279e3 in svn_diff_diff_2()

EAX: 0

If I were you, I'd retry the test first with the more recent 1.9.3 version.

Attached please find a crash report during an attempt to merge something to a trunk.

James C Patten
Senior Programmer/Analyst, OIT OCFS/DLRS
State of Maine, Office of Information Technology<>
207-557-0349 (Desk/Cell)
please always reply to the list as well, since while I might provide the first ideas/info,
others might be better with helping with the actual problem at hand.

By "which client" I rather meant which distribution you are using. Apache Subversion does
not provide any binaries itself, so you must be using either some distribution or use your
own compiled binaries.

I'm asking because if the symbols would be available for the dump you provided, it could be
easier to debug the problem.
Unfortunately I'm a bit stuck here, since I don't have access to the CollabNet symbol files.
Maybe you can try to reproduce the issue with SilkSVN: and attach
the dmp file of the crash when testing with their version?



Stefan Hett

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