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Re: Repository format file and multiple fs backends

From: Edmund Horner <chrysophylax_at_chrysophylax.cjb.net>
Date: 2004-05-03 03:39:00 CEST

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Garrett Rooney wrote:
| How are we planning on handling repository format changes now that there
| are multiple filesystem backends? The format file as it stands just
| holds the version for the bdb filesystem, and has nothing to do with the
| fsfs filesystem.
| Perhaps we should find some way to transition to a filesystem backend
| specific system for indicating what version of the repository schema is
| in use. That certainly seems better than screwing things up for all the
| fsfs users the next time we need to bump the bdb filesystem schema
| version, or vice versa.
| -garrett

What about format-specific data? For example, if I ever get back to
work on my SQL implementation (sit rep: thinking of translating to
PostgreSQL), I'd like a bit of guidance on where in the directory things
like server, username, password, and database should be stored. (Though
I suppose that a separate db/sql-config file or something is good enough.)
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