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[patch] RAM disk usage instructions and svntest

From: Daniel Rall <dlr_at_finemaltcoding.com>
Date: 2005-05-19 20:20:33 CEST

On Thu, 2005-05-19 at 15:34 +0200, Erik Huelsmann wrote:
>On 5/19/05, lundblad@tigris.org <lundblad@tigris.org> wrote:
>> Author: lundblad
>> Date: Thu May 19 07:50:15 2005
>> New Revision: 14778
>> Modified:
>> trunk/tools/test-scripts/svntest/README
>> Log:
>> * tools/test-scripts/svntest/README
>> (mod_dav_svn_shared.conf): Added authentication parameters for
>> lock tests over ra_dav
>> (ramdisk): Changed the ramdisk requirement to 700 MB because
>> tests failing due to lack of disk space
>Unless, ofcourse you run with CLEANUP=1 which significantly reduces
>tmpfs requirements: sussman, brane and I run the windows tests with no
>more than 50MB ramdisc space that way.

Erik, what do you think about the strategy of automatically setting the
cleanup flag when svntest is run with a RAM disk?

Improved RAM disk usage instructions for svntest, and general info.

* www/faq.html
  Added much more information about testing on a RAM disk.

* tools/test-scripts/svntest/svntest-run.sh
  When a RAM disk is in use, automatically flag Makefile test targets
  for cleanup to reduce overall RAM disk size. The trade-off of
  increased I/O should be quite reasonable, considering that the I/O
  will be against memory, rather than physical disk.

* tools/test-scripts/svntest/README
  Added a quick blurb about what "svntest" actually is/does. Altered
  RAM disk instructions to match up with new svntest-run.sh cleanup
  flag behavior, and updated pointer to FAQ URL.

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