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Re: API to get revision size on disk

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_apache.org>
Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2019 17:18:20 +0200

On 09.04.2019 13:23, Julian Foad wrote:
> I am working on an API to report the size on disk of a given revision, in FSFS. A client wants this for (human) informational purposes -- so users or administrators can understand how much space their commits are using.
>
> Before FSFS f7, this information was easy to obtain from the on-disk size of a revision file, or for a packed shard by taking (offset[REV] - offset[REV-1]) from the manifest file. Since f7 it's harder, when revisions are packed.
>
> This seems a reasonable feature to me.
>
> The attached patch starts to implement it, providing an API in this form which is like a cut-down version of svn_fs_fs__get_stats():
>
> /* Set *REV_SIZE to the total size of objects belonging to revision REVISION
> * in FS. */
> svn_error_t *
> svn_fs_fs__get_rev_size(apr_off_t *rev_size,
> svn_fs_t *fs,
> svn_revnum_t revision,
> apr_pool_t *scratch_pool);
>
> and a CLI in this form:
>
> $ svnfsfs rev-size /path/to/repo -r1
> 1238 bytes in revision 1
>
> The definition of "size" I have chosen excludes the index entries, because determining the on-disk size of them is tricky (they are stored in a variable-length encoding) and their size is not particularly important for the purposes.
>
> TODO before commit:
> * support FSFS pre-f7 and physical addressing mode
> * simplify implementation by using the existing svn_fs_fs__dump_index() API with a simple callback
>
> Any comments?

Is there a reason why this would be hidden away in 'svnfsfs' instead of
'svnadmin'? Other than that the latter would have to return 'something'
for BDB repositories.

-- Brane
Received on 2019-04-09 17:18:23 CEST

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