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Re: fs deltification debugging status

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-10-03 01:17:11 CEST

<kfogel@collab.net> writes:

> The test passes in both cases.
> (As an aside, when I set filesize to ((3 * svndiff_window_size) + 1),
> the test uses up an outrageous amount of memory and in fact hung my
> machine. Yes, there is something nonlinear going on here.)

Yep, I suffered the same consequence using the *exact* same filesize!
Dude, get outta my head!

> So that leaves me with only the data point mentioned first, about how
> efficiency drops dramatically the moment we add a new window.

Ugh. You've confirmed my findings, which is good. But the findings
are bad.

> By the way, Ben and I lost a lot of time today because newton finally
> failed (hardware failure, it looks like).

Sheesh. Glad I was home today! :-)

> Will be looking more at the fs stuff over the next couple of days, we
> should talk on the phone too, since I won't be physically in the
> office tomorrow.
> Hope you're feeling better!,

Went to see the doctor. Gave three people my symptoms so they could
all say, "Uh...never heard of anything like that." Thankfully, the
doctor herself knew exactly what I was talking about and gave me some
mild druggins.

We'll definitely chat about FS stuff. Revert is fairly functional
now, but holds water like a pair of panty hose. I'll be writing tests
for that on the train tomorrow.


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