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Re: Scalability & Performance charts

From: ryan <ryan_at_netidea.com>
Date: 2003-10-15 06:49:53 CEST


If I may offer some advice here...

If we take a use-case approach, I think we end up with an apples vs
apples comparison.

Here are the operations that me as a user of a large p4 repository find
- checkout fresh tree (10,000 file checkout not entirely uncommon,
1000-5000 common place and to be expected)
- resync local tree with server (after my co-developers have checked in
many files)
- check in 100-300 files at a time (less common: check in up to 5000

To me as a heavy user of source control, if these operations were
instantaneous then my developer time would be very happy indeed.

The charts suggest that SVN is actually a worse performer than CVS at
tasks like and similar to these. Hopefully it's from a really old
build :-)


On Tuesday, October 14, 2003, at 12:13 PM, Brandon Ehle wrote:

> I'm currently interested in investigating:
> * scalability charts of property queries, gets, and sets
> * changing the apples vs oranges Perforce comparisons to apples vs
> apples comparisons

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