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Re: How big can the repository get?

From: Brandon Ehle <azverkan_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-12-13 16:26:30 CET

>I'm starting to look at subversion to see if it meets some of
>our needs. One of my concerns is that it be able to hold
>a *very* large repository. I saw that there is a page
>that lists some sample sizes. Our current repository size
>in clearcase( with actual db size and number of Change sets ) is several
>orders of magnitude bigger than the largest repository listed.
>Has anyone done testing to see what happens in these situations?
>Are there physical limitations to the database sizes?
Our largest repository is 13GB, about a 4.1GB strings file and about 9GB
of log files. Please note that the 4.1GB thats required to store is
almost a 2:1 compression ratio with what our wc would look like if we
checked out all the unique files (around 9GB).

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Received on Fri Dec 13 16:24:44 2002

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