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Re: removing a revision (Re: [PATCH] Best Practices)

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-08-08 21:22:37 CEST

Michael Price <mprice@atl.lmco.com> writes:
> I was about to ask if there was an easy way to remove revisions short of
> dumping and loading. Last night I had two .pgn files (containing chess
> move lists) in a directory. I wanted to commit the small one (3KB), not
> the large one (73MB). Of course, I end up typing the filename of the large
> one. So am I stuck dumping and loading now to get rid of the enormous
> file?

Yup. Sorry :-(.

> On a side note, I quickly ran 'top' to see how much memory was going to be
> used while adding this large file. I was pleased to see that subversion's
> memory use never really increased while the httpd process grew to 65MB and
> stayed that way. If I add a 2GB file (which I didn't think to try until
> just now), what's going to happen to httpd? It'll be a few hours until I
> get to try it so if anyone cares to try first, let me know.

Let us know what happens!

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