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Re: issue #1573: fs deltification causes delays

From: Jack Repenning <jrepenning_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-04 18:25:43 CET

At 9:01 AM -0600 11/4/03, C. Michael Pilato wrote:
>I say all this to promote the idea that it isn't too much to ask of a
>repos administrator to run some out-of-process deltification routine
>-- even per-commit -- because if they are truly concerned about disk
>space, they'll already have some out-of-process log-file cleanup
>process. And if you have a cronjob/post-commit hook to cleanup
>logfiles, what's an extra line in that script to deltify?

I must not understand this proposal. Expressing my ignorance and
confusion: how can the repo admin be made responsible for
deltification, when deltas are needed for the next update of the new
node-revision? If I, as an admin, choose to defer all deltification
to the wee small hours, does that mean no one can see the new
node-revision until tomorrow? Surely not! So what *is* the idea

Jack Repenning
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