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Re: svn.collab.net upgrade tonight.

From: <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2003-01-24 18:30:54 CET

cmpilato@collab.net wrote:
 Blair Zajac blair@orcaware.com writes:
  So how are absent checksums handled without a dump/load? Are they
  computed and add to the repository when a new commit modifies a file
  or directory?
 If absent, they are omitted from the dump. But since the FS is always
 calculating them when new contents are added, all loads get the
 checksums for free.


  Is it a good idea to dump/load the repository just to get the
  checksums into there for all files?
 I can't tell your tone of voice. Are you asking that with one
 raised eyebrow and a readied rebuttal?

Not at all.

 Or are you just asking if, in
 my opinion, I think all repos admins just dump/load? :-)

Not that either :)

 My advice to admins would be to dump/load if they want all their
 storage checksummed, not just the mods that occur after the upgrade to
 0.17. If they don't care that much, they can just wait until a
 dump/load is necessary (schema change, or whatever).

OK. That makes it clear. So it's a good idea to do just to get
all the checksums in there.


Blair Zajac blair@orcaware.com
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