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Performance with many/few folders

From: Schuelke, Kai <Kai.Schuelke_at_eads.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2008 13:52:50 +0200


I am new to SVN and we are just filling our repository for the first time.

I´d like to know if TortoiseSVN 1.5.2 has problems dealing with many subfolders?
We can´t change the number of files in the repo, but we can chose a structure with few (a dozen?) folders with many files in them (1000+) or we could go for 1000+ folders with each a dozen files in them. Depth of the big folder-tree would be 4 to 5.

I only found a guy complaining about bad performance with lots of files in a folder, but not the opposite so I figure many folders are the way to go (also easier for work).

Could you please drop 2 lines if my assessment is correct or not?


Kai Schülke

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