RE: Benchmarks for PUT for various fsfs config settings.
Just out of curiosity: Do you have benchmarks when just a few bytes of the binary files change (this could e. G. reflect a JPEG EXIF data edit, or tagging MP3 files with author and title)?
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From: Paul Hammant [mailto:paul_at_hammant.org]
Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2017 9:05 AM
To: Subversion Development
Subject: Benchmarks for PUT for various fsfs config settings.
In Python I made two 128GB random files, then uploaded them alternately six ties three each to the same endpoint in Svn over DAV. That would be a run. After wiping the server repo and repeating that, I performed four runs all in all. For each datapoint, I took the quickest time.
Settings that were part of the benchmark, compression off (0) versus compression as default. delticication off versus default, and rep-sharing on versus off.
Conclusion for my intended Svn use (biiig binary files):
1. compression off
2. deltification off
3. all else default
Received on 2017-08-01 15:08:32 CEST
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