30.3.2010 13:55, Philipp Marek wrote:
> Hello Jan!
> On Montag, 29. März 2010, Jan Horák wrote:
>> I've prepared a database scheme of the upcoming MySQL backend, it is
>> avaible at:
> I looked at that, and I'd like to post two wishes:
> * Please provide representations with a SHA1 (or similar) field;
> then it's possible to split blocks on manber-borders, to save
Thank you for respond, this is definitely a good point, I will involve it.
> * Furthermore, how about allowing the plain data to reside in files?
> Would make the database much smaller, and then these data blocks
> could possibly be shared among multiple repositories.
> (Really easy, too, if they're named by their SHA1, for example).
> That should allow for zero-copy IO, too (at least for sending data).
The question is, how much faster it would be.. I would like to make a
simple test to simulate this soon and estimate the percentage difference..
Another point is a simple backup of the SQL database, using an existed
global backup system in a company, which is one of the main benefits of
the SQL backend. Would the external plain data be a problem for global
backup or not?
Received on 2010-03-31 17:20:41 CEST