Re: Vedr: revision number offset
On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 17:23, Ryan Schmidt
> On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 10:08, morten bjoernsvik wrote:
>> In many cases with small projects I move the repository around
>> (like we have been used to with git)
>> svnadmin dump <repository> | bzip2 > repository_revXX.svndump.bz2
>> and then:
>> svnadmin create <parth to repository>
>> bzip2 -dc repository_revXX.svndump.bz2 | svnadmin load <path to repository>
>> This works fine up to around 100-150 revisions, then it becomes slow [...]
> In what way does it become slow?
> Many projects have much larger repositories that are not slow. The MacPorts Project's repository has over 86,000 revisions now; the Apache Foundation's Subversion repository has over a million revisions.
I think he means the process of dumping & loading the repository to
move it around. If you did a weekly dump/load cycle on the ASF
repository for the purpose of copying changes around like he's doing,
I imagine it'd get slow.
Received on 2011-10-21 01:56:06 CEST
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