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Revision Graph unhappy w/ 72000 revs

From: Nikolaus Bates-Haus <NBates-Haus_at_endeca.com>
Date: 2006-04-12 20:22:17 CEST

Our subversion repository currently has over 72000 (seventy two
thousand) revisions, and probably has around 500000 (five hundred
thousand) files and directories (considering each branch of a file to be
a separate beast).

When I right-click on a file in my sandbox (even a file for which the
log shows only e.g. two revisions) and select "Revision graph",
TortoiseSVN dutifully retrieves all 72000 revisions (takes ~1 minute),
then churns for ever more (well, I let it run for a couple of hours on
my dual 2GHz Xeon w/ 4G RAM). In that time, its VM size went from 200MB
up to 270MB, and was continuing to grow slowly.

I understand that TortoiseSVN is trying to reconstruct data from the
full revision history, and that this involves multiple passes and
parsing and whatnot. What I'm wondering is whether the revision graph is
*supposed* to be able to handle this use case.


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