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Automatic deltify nice - turning it off temporarily better

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2003-12-17 12:29:57 CET

I ran the full APC (Archive of Perl Changes) with 0.34.0 in under 8 hours (which
is less than 1/2 the time it previously took), plus about 2 hours to run a
manual deltify on the whole repository. This is a good thing!

I tried to run a dump/load of almost the exact same thing last night using
0.35.0-to-be and in ~8 hours I only got about 1/2 way through the 18000
revisions. This is bad. :(

Since the deltify is now happening in background, there is a lot more contention
for the database during the load, even though I know for certain that I am the
only process (and I have plenty of disk space). Is there any chance that we
could have either a global command line option or an ENV variable which will
turn off auto-deltify, for these narrow use cases? I need to be able to supress
the deltify for both 'svnadmin load' as well as 'svn ci' (for when I am running



John Peacock
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Received on Wed Dec 17 12:30:17 2003

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