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Re: named changesets

From: Lars Gullik Bjønnes <larsbj_at_gullik.net>
Date: 2006-10-14 21:19:35 CEST

"Michael Sinz" <Michael.Sinz@sinz.org> writes:

| On 10/12/06, Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@red-bean.com> wrote:
| >
| > On 10/12/06, Ed S. Peschko <esp5@pge.com> wrote:
| > > (
| > > ps - is the rule about the server not tracking any of the
| > > client data a rock solid one?
| >
| > Yes, that's what makes subversion scalable to thousands of users over
| > a WAN. Perforce is great, but is really only designed for a fast LAN.
| ...and with a full time administrator too :-)

... but subversion does not take advantage of a fast LAN at all...

So with multiple users spread out over a lot of different machines and
networks, subversion is bliss, but with fewer users, working on
same machines IO trashing kills all svn performance. If in such a
setting it could take advantage over the super fast LAN I am sure much
could be gained.

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