Hello,I've been playing with Subversion 1.7.0 (r936039, r937623) and for non- trivial stuff keep getting errors like this:
svn: Can't open '/tmp/svn-tempfile.2.tmp': Too many open files svn: unable to open database file This is reproducible by running: svn co svn://anonsvn.mono-project.com/source/trunk/mcsAs well as by subsequent `svn cleanup` and `svn up`, or by `svn upgrade` on a previous repository. With 1.6.x this didn't occur, so I suspect this is related to their upgrade of the repository format and/ or their use of SQLite (here 220.127.116.11).
On Linux it would be possible to do something like `echo 1024 > /proc/ sys/kernel/file-max` or `ulimit -n 1024`. On Haiku the latter results in:
sh: ulimit: cannot modify limit: Operation not allowedHow can we achieve the equivalent on Haiku? Is there something like NR_FILE defined in the kernel?