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Re: 1.6.2 poor commit performance with large data

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 05 Jun 2009 22:13:32 +0200

Justin Johnson wrote:
> I was thinking of number of files (28,321) and directories (15,083), not
> actual disk space consumption. Is the actual size the issue, not
> quantity? Any particular number I would need to be under?

I was referring to the number of files too.
And I can't tell you a particular number of files from which it could
get slow or too memory intensive.

Just one hint:
The TSVN working copy (including all its externals) has 5596 files in
475 folders (*not* counting the .svn dirs and the files within those).
And I've never experienced any problems.

Also, the size of the working copy doesn't really matter that much for
commits - it's the number of files that get transferred during a commit.
So if you don't modify thousands of files and commit them all at once,
you won't have any problems.


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