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Re: cvs2svn.py fails converting repository with the attached file

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-27 04:11:32 CEST

David Summers <david@summersoft.fay.ar.us> writes:
> With the latest changes to cvs2svn.py I just got through converting a 5.3
> GB CVS repository to Subversion. It took about 5.7 hours on a Dual Xeon
> 1.8 Ghz machine with 80 Gig Ultra ATA drive and 512 Meg memory (1 Gig swap
> space). There were a total of 6696 subversion revisions. The resulting
> Subversion repository is 4.037 Gig.

Wow! I confess I'm surprised at the speed -- but don't worry, I can
slow it down by getting the branch and tag support done :-).

> Hmmm, that's interesting. It looks like going to Subversion saved over 1
> Gig of disk space in the repository.

Is that without removing old bdb log files??

> Except for the problem of having user
> names with a space in them, it looks like everything went well as far as I
> can tell. I still think there is a problem with the spaces. I looked at
> several revisions where those files were being checked in and they showed
> up without any changes to the files in the "svn diff" even though they
> actually had changes to the files in the CVS repository.

So I take it you were running with MBK's patch? (If so, it sounds
like RCS co still can't handle those files...)

Thanks for the report!,

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Received on Fri Jun 27 05:00:48 2003

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