Perforce Checkout Rules - CRLF Errors

I have a shared perforce VCS and I want to use checkout rules on a per project basis. But whenever I introduce the checkout rules TeamCity never completes it's checkout from perforce because of "Problem while loading patch data stream: CRLF expected at end of chunk: 10/98". I would much appreciate it if anyone could explain what this error, point me to other teamcity logs which might be more descriptive or provide an example of a checkout rule using perforce.



Note; This happens right after the files have been copied from perforce onto my build agent like this;  (I have approx. 99Mb of files)


[12:25:58]: Updating sources: server side checkout... (42m:23s)
[12:25:58]: [Updating sources: server side checkout...] Will perform clean checkout. Reason: Agent doesn't have any version of the project sources
[12:25:58]: [Updating sources: server side checkout...] Building clean patch for VCS root: perforce
[12:37:11]: [Updating sources: server side checkout...] Transferring repository sources: 58.0Mb so far...
[12:39:29]: [Updating sources: server side checkout...] Transferring repository sources: 81.01Mb so far...
[12:41:47]: [Updating sources: server side checkout...] Transferring repository sources: 85.0Mb so far...
[12:43:48]: [Updating sources: server side checkout...] Transferring repository sources: 92.01Mb so far...
[13:04:09]: [Updating sources: server side checkout...] Transferring repository sources: 98.99Mb so far...
[13:08:22]: [Updating sources: server side checkout...] Transferring repository sources: 98.99Mb so far...
[13:08:22]: [Updating sources: server side checkout...] Problem while loading patch data stream: CRLF expected at end of chunk: 10/99
[13:08:22]: Problem while loading patch data stream: CRLF expected at end of chunk: 10/99
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Hello Peer,

  Thanks for the report and sorry for the problem. Could you please file an issue to our issue tracker http://youtrack.jetbrains.net and provide the following information:

  - Version of the perforce server and perforce client
  - TeamCity version
  - server logs (TeamCity/logs/teamcity*.log)
  - build agent logs ( buildAgent/logs/*)

  Thanks!
  KIR

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