Ryan Schmidt wrote on Sun, Mar 08, 2015 at 23:33:14 -0500:
> On Mar 7, 2015, at 10:57 PM, Rajesh Kumar wrote:
> > I have one Huge SVN repos which is around 1TB in terms of size. I have two requirement as follows and i would like to know the best approach to be followed to save time and effort.
> > 1. Duplicating the whole repos of 1TB in shorter span of time and create another SVN repos.
> > 2. How to reduce the Repos size drastically without impacting the integrity and version of the files? Here my repos size is 1TB and i want to make it smaller without deleting any files? what are the ways of doing so.....?
> How long has your repository been in operation? With what version of Subversion did you create it originally?
I don't think there's a good way to answer the latter question.
However, our documentation expects people to be able to answer it, e.g.:
Perhaps the FS backends should start recording their SVN_VER_NUMBER as
an immutable part of the filesystem at creation time, and 'svnadmin
info' could show it?
> I ask because newer versions of Subversion store revisions more efficiently
> than older versions. If your repository was created with, say, Subversion
> 1.4, and you dump it and load the dump into a new repository created by
> Subversion 1.8, it will probably be smaller on disk, while containing exactly
> the same data. There may also be settings you can set in the new repository
> (before loading) that would make it even smaller.
Received on 2015-03-09 21:08:36 CET