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Re: failing to clone fossil netbsd src repository
Actually, yes, I do have separate root partition which is quite small,
it was a home partition with ~300GB free. Setting SQLITE_TMPDIR to
home directory helped to clone it successfully. The final file is
around 15GB now. Thanks.
However, I was trying to clone repo in the system with ~36 GB free as
well without any separate partitions, it also failed with out of
memory error. Seems like vacuuming process is taking quite a lot of
space by itself.
On Tue, May 21, 2019 at 7:22 PM Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg%bec.de@localhost> wrote:
> On Sun, May 19, 2019 at 08:34:44PM +0300, Andrius V wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Is there anybody successfully using fossil repository of NetBSD source
> > (https://src.fossil.netbsd.org)? Some time ago I started to get errors
> > on fetching which I though there were my environment issues, so I just
> > switched to git repo at that time. Recently I decided to try fossil
> > repo again but I am failing even to clone it. It gets "stuck" at 75.3%
> > of rebuilding repository meta-data, at this point fossil file starts
> > to grow indefinitely till disk size limit is reached (I had over 300
> > GB free before cloning was started) and process fails. It makes an
> > impression that something is infinitely looping around at that point.
> > Could it be that fossil repository is broken or can it be potentially
> > a fossil bug? Or does it really just need some huge amount of disk
> > memory to rebuild this meta data? Thank you.
> Do you have a separate file system for /tmp? At least for the vacuum, it
> will by default use space in that. The sqlite database currently grows
> to 18GB during the initial clone, don't have numbers for the transaction
> log right now. That said, my file system had less than 180GB free :)
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