Alexander Kitaev wrote:
> Hello All,
> JavaSVN development version now includes support for "file" protocol (for
> 'fsfs' repositories). This support is still under development and not ready
> for production use yet.
> However, we already testing it, and among other tests we're running a
> replicator (also part of JavaSVN) that could create exact copy of a
> repository. Running such test followed by source and target repositories
> comparision, emulates real-life testing as it replays all commits done in
> the source repository into the target one (and also tests update).
> What I would like to ask you about is if someone has a relatively large
> repository with a lot of transactions in it, could that person allow me to
> download that repository? In particular, I'm thinking of Subversion
> repository, but may be there are larger ones. The replicator mentioned above
> could do a replication over "http" protocol ("http"->"file") as well, but
> this could put some undesirable load on the server, that I would like to
> Thanks a lot in advance!
The Subversion source code repository is BDB-backed (BDB 4.2). If
that's cool with you, I can make it available for download. I can go
with db_dump or "svnadmin dump" formats too, if you prefer, though it'll
take some time to generate. Hit me at the contact address listed on
http://svn.collab.net/ to take me up on this.
C. Michael Pilato <firstname.lastname@example.org>
CollabNet <> www.collab.net <> Distributed Development On Demand
Received on Thu Mar 9 18:25:34 2006