Philipp Marek wrote, On 09/03/07 11:51:
On Friday 09 March 2007 17:42 Benjamin M. wrote:
  
I would be thrilled to be able to give you an answer... 
    
Then why don't you?
  
Lack of knowledge and the hard reality of being at the beginning of the learning curve... Remember... I'm a power user not a developer!
In the meantime 
I will only be able to give you problems to solve... ;-)

About 015 ... no luck with r732...
    
Yes, I know. I'm working on that ... should be done by Monday.
Ok. I just wanted to be sure that the problem had been acknowledged...



Philipp Marek wrote, On 09/03/07 13:43:
On Friday 09 March 2007 16:59 Benjamin M. wrote:
  
Program received signal SIGBUS, Bus error.
[Switching to Thread -1209022080 (LWP 24317)]
0x0804b0e0 in cs___end_of_block (
    data=0xb7cf1000 "<snip>"..., maxlen=34229, eob=0xbfe2d200,
mb_f=0x8064ba0) at checksum.c:563
563                             mb_f->state =
(mb_f->state*CS__MANBER_PRIME + data[i] -
(gdb) print *mb_f
$1 = {sts = 0xb7c2f888, input = 0x0, last_fpos = 0, fpos = 0,
full_md5_ctx = {state = {1732584193, 4023233417, 2562383102, 271733878},
count = {0, 0}, buffer = '\0' <repeats 63 times>, xlate = 0x0},
  full_md5 = '\0' <repeats 15 times>, block_md5_ctx = {state =
{1732584193, 4023233417, 2562383102, 271733878}, count = {0, 0}, buffer
= '\0' <repeats 63 times>, xlate = 0x0},
  block_md5 = '\0' <repeats 15 times>, manber_fd = -1, state =
958297347, last_state = 958297347, bktrk_bytes = 2048, bktrk_last = 0,
  backtrack = "<snip>"..., data_bits = 127}
(gdb) print i
$2 = 32768
    
I just committed 1.2GB, 98346 files+directories, without a problem.

Is it just this file, or the amount of data? Please try committing parts - 
other directories, and try to keep this file for a single commit, so that at 
least this question gets answered.

Is that some critical file? It seems to happen just at the beginning. Maybe 
changing a single byte at the start would change something ...

I will investigate... but so far ...  good news... a sync-repos seems to have fixed the problem... go figure...

Ben.