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Re: Binary Efficiency

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-24 21:17:30 CEST

"Clint Chapman" <clint@luminosindustries.com> writes:
> I tried a Microsoft word file and a cad file and got very large changes in
> the repository size.
> The word file was 3.5 MB and caused a 10MB jump in the size of the
> repository when picture was moved.
> The CAD file was 10 MB and caused a 40 MB jump in size when a piece was
> removed.

I could see these things happening as one-time events (i.e., the first
time you add/update the files in question), because it's just Berkeley
letting out a yawn and clearing some room for itself. But if you see
proportionally similar jumps every time you make a change, even ten or
twenty times, then something's odd.

Does that happen?

(By the way, it will help if you can give us the *exact* series of
edits and svn commands, starting from the import, exact transcripts of
the 'ls -l' commands that told you the changes in repository size,
etc. Precision == debuggability :-) ).


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