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Re: Subversion Performance Benchmark

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-09-24 20:54:11 CEST

Brandon Ehle <azverkan@yahoo.com> writes:

> >Well, it's not that bad. An svndiff against /dev/null is still a
> >self-compression, and should trim a good amount off the size of a text
> >file. (It may look like the whole file is there as fulltext, but if you
> >page down a bit, you'll most likely start seeing some gaps.)
> >
> >Still, this is pretty dumb when we're using ra_local. Not sure what the
> >best fix is.
> >
> Won't this also be a problem when you are connected over a LAN as
> well?

Hm... perhaps just a --fulltext option would work. Even places that
are *supposed* to send diffs (updates, commits against previously
existing things) shouldn't care if those "diffs" are just svndiff
blobs with all "new data".

It'll be kinda like the opposite of CVS's -z option.

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