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Re: New subversion user report

From: Sebastien Cevey <seb_at_cine7.net>
Date: 2003-04-12 11:54:49 CEST

On Sat, Apr 12, 2003 at 12:21:24PM +0800, Rob Kramer wrote:

> No need, you can kill 95% of that by removing logfiles from your db
> directory. Use db_archive to see which ones are not used, you can
> kill them. db_archive -a | xargs rm -f (or something, better look it
> up first :)

Seems like a common "optimization" tip, shouldn't is be in the FAQ ?
I could (try to) post a simple patch for it if you think it's worth
it, which I personally do (I have just saved 200 Mo in my repo ..).

But I'm not sure of what exactly are those "old" logs, why they are
there, and why we can almost safely remove them ?

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