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Re: how do I create folders in repository with limited size?

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-10-14 12:19:09 CEST

Matthias Wächter wrote:
> Voloshin Alexander schrieb:
>
>> I need to create personal directories in my repository with limited
>> size. How do I check if directory size is exceeded and reject or
>> accept commit? Is there any pre-commit hook intended for this?
>
>
> The question is: What do you want to limit? The limit of current files'
> space or the users' repository-subtree size?
>
> I think both options are somehow manageable with more or less work by
> the admin or maybe by the (T)SVN developers. My question is how you
> intend to deal with violations of those limits. For example, what would
> you do if the user repository part is 'over quota'. Or: What's the
> purpose if you limit the total file space of checked-out files if the
> repository-tree grows anyway?

This is a repository side issue. You cannot enforce anything with the
client because people can just use a different client, like the CLI.

Simon

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