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Binary Files in SVN problems

From: Edwin <EdwinTai_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2008 00:46:53 -0700 (PDT)

I had many binary files need to be versioned. I face some problem
here.
Import too slow and disk space not enough. For example, when I import
30GB binary files from my drive D and my drive D still have 30GB free
space. But SVN show disk space not enough.
I copy those files to another machine to add/commit complete. But when
I update my local, it show conflict. Those files should be the same
one, isnít it? I compare those conflict files use winmerge; it shows
those are the same files. what happened to me?
I have no idea about that. Besides, I need to have double space 60GB
to store my 30 GB versioned files. So I am confuse about
1. binary files make my versioned svn control size bigger about
double, am I right?
If I use export, those files only 30GB,but update or checkout needs
60GB
2, Binary files need use temp folder to keep file differentness, so I
need to import and update from my local or it shows conflict?
thanks for your help

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