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Re: Subdirectories for db/revs/* on fsfs backend

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2004-07-21 00:31:09 CEST

Mark Benedetto King wrote:

> On Wed, Jul 21, 2004 at 12:05:47AM +0200, Sven Mueller wrote:
>>Anyway, what I really meant was: That person (you?) overlooked the
>>pretty well known problems with huge directories. Making mistakes is
>>human. However it is pretty difficult to change FSFS layout now without
>>breaking existing installations.
> Actually, here's a strawman plan:
> At open time: determine whether we have a new format or old format
> repository (based on, perhaps, the content of "format", or the existence
> of new-format-only directories). If old format, convert to new format.
> The conversion be essentially a few mkdirs and bunch of rename operations.
> This could even be written as a shell script.

Why bother? Just have fallback code that tries to open the file as it
would have existed in the previous naming scheme. If someone wants to
convert they can dump/load.

> Afterwards:
> Instead of putting revision N in revs/N, put it in revs(N/1000)/N.
> This gives us 1000 files per revs dir, and doesn't use more than 1000
> revs dirs until after 1000000 revs. The same thing goes for revprops.

I'd suggest revs/(N/1000)/N, so we don't clutter up the db directory.


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