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From: Stefan Boberg <sboberg2_at_team17.com>
Date: 2002-03-10 03:16:32 CET


  Pardon the intrusion again! If you remember, I posted a question
during last week regarding problems with repository disk usage etc. That
was using 0.9, I downloaded the latest tar-ball the other day, and I
just ran some tests on it again, with much better results, but some
things still puzzle me...

  SVN no longer generates massive amounts of log data, which was the
main problem in my previous tests. However, it doesn't appear as though
deltas are currently used? Whenever I commit even minute changes (like a
single modified line for example), it appears as though the database
grows by the size of the entire modified file on every commit! This
appears to happen for both text and binary data. Is this how it is
supposed to be right now? Is there something I need to configure in
order to use delta storage?

  The tests were performed on a RH6.2 system if it makes any difference.

Stef! :)

Stefan Boberg - R&D Manager, Team17 Software Ltd.
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Received on Sun Mar 10 03:17:57 2002

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