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Old 03-22-2009, 07:58 AM   #76
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Thanks! it works.
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Old 03-22-2009, 09:06 AM   #77
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hansel, thanks for the report! The problem was a memory exhaustion issue on the server running the svn and trac. Trac running on python is the culprit.

I restarted the services and it should work fine again.

Does anyone know of a good non-Python-based replacement for trac?
Without research at least Redmine and Collaboa both ruby-based are coming to mind...
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The problem was a memory exhaustion issue on the server running the svn and trac. Trac running on python is the culprit.

I restarted the services and it should work fine again.

Does anyone know of a good non-Python-based replacement for trac?
Why not just let cron restart it once a day? Not elegant, but probably quick enough to get away with

Moving to something else (other than trac) implies moving the current content...

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Old 03-22-2009, 11:00 AM   #79
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Does anyone know of a good non-Python-based replacement for trac?
There are tons o' them. Bugzilla is the grand daddy isn't it? Perl based.

Of course Jira is another big one. It is free for open source projects/communities.THis is java based.

Then there is scarab on Tigris.

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Redmine is one I have been looking at and that looks most promising. It also makes for a rather easy migration from Trac.

For now, we are monitoring memory usage of Trac and gracefully restart it when it exceeds a certain threshold. That should do the trick.
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Hopefully this is a quick question - I've had a search but so far been unable to come up with anything.

I'm on the Manage Subversion Access Rights page for my project, and you have an option to add additional paths. The default path is /.

Where do any additional paths appear in terms of the svn file structure (https://dev.mobileread.com/svn/linuxname/) or in relation to the tags/branches/trunk structure already set up during the creation of the repository.

Is it the case that you create new directories using "svn mkdir branches" (for example) and then create a path linking to that as "/branches"?

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They appear in relation to your project's root /. So if you create a path "obsolete", it would show as:

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