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Re: [Issue 1582] large-file performance problems

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-24 23:21:27 CET

mark benedetto king <mbk@lowlatency.com> writes:
> One thing to consider: it's possible that the current strategy of
> keeping fulltexts of HEAD contributes to the problem; we need to
> do a whole bunch of inserting in order to put the fulltext of a
> big file in, and (asynchronously now, but still relevant) a whole
> bunch of deleting in order to deltify the previous revision against
> the new fulltext. This sort of churn is the kind of thing that
> databases are generally bad at.

The problems referred to in issue #1582 are almost entirely
client-side (unless we're missing something *really* big :-) ).

Not that what you say above isn't worthwhile, I just think it's an
accidental subject change...


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