Re: Is rep-sharing enabled by default?
On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 09:08:45AM +0200, Thorsten Schöning wrote:
> we sync our repositories to a second server using svnsync sync and
> today I wondered why a commit in the master with several MB in size is
> only some kb in the synced slave. I made two commits with exactly the
> same data in two different directories and the first commit was about
> some MB in size, where the second was really small. In the revision
> file of the second commit I found something like "text: 2638" where
> 2638 is the first, bigger commit. Therefore I thought of rep-sharing
> which sounds like it would work this way, but I didn't configured it.
> To come to an end, is rep-sharing enabled by default? I did find a
> several MB sized rep-cache.db in the repository, but fsfs.conf says
> # enable-rep-sharing = false.
The default is in fact true, if the repository format is new enough
to support it.
Received on 2011-05-24 10:42:50 CEST
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