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RE: Re: Performance with many/few folders

From: Schuelke, Kai <Kai.Schuelke_at_eads.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2008 15:04:20 +0200

>On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 07:52, Schuelke, Kai <Kai.Schuelke_at_eads.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I am new to SVN and we are just filling our repository for the first time.
>> Id like to know if TortoiseSVN 1.5.2 has problems dealing with many subfolders?


>Any performance problem with many files/directories in one directory isn't necessarily Subversion but how your choice of filesystem >(which, on Windows, is limited to NTFS and....well, unless you want the total crap that is FAT, NTFS) handles them.

Neither the other way round (1000s of folders, tree depth=5 and few small files in those folders) TortoiseSVN will have (performance-) problems?

>Organize your tree the way it best represents your project/code/system.

I agree, but I need to check beforehand if Ill run into trouble. Its difficult to change a running system.

Thanks for the fast reply!

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