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RE: time problem

From: Jonathan Ashley <jonathan.ashley_at_praxis-his.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2008 11:45:16 +0000

> > Even in XP I have a feeling there is a limit lower than 12000 about
> > how many files might be stored in a folder.
> I wonder why, I have never heard of such thing. But then
> again XP surprises me every day with it's very dynamic 'features'.

That might be unfair; I have an FSFS repository on Windows Server 2003
with almost 70000 revisions and no sharding. That is, 70000 files in a
single directory.

Did sweat a bit as it approached revision 65536 though - was glad to
see the back of that!

Jon Ashley
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