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Re: VisualSVN server, TortSVN - merging revisions

From: durumdara <durumdara_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 12:16:47 -0700 (PDT)


On aug. 30, 13:27, Felix Saphir <felix.sap..._at_kantarmedia.de> wrote:
> Am 30.08.2010 13:13, schrieb durumdara:
> > We have some server with VisualSVN free service. Because we want to
> > make some space on it, I determined to merge some old projects'
> > revisions. They are not used anymore (the old revs.).
> You cannot free space by merging revisions.

If you have 100 revisions, and one of the revisions have many binary
files, and this deleted later, the merging can free space, because svn
don't need to hold these binary files anymore.
As I think merging is also release space if you have many revisions
with many differences.
Because differences are need to store, but if you merge them, you can
see only the last version, what is hold less disk than before...

Or I think it wrong?

How to I force the restore of the dump?

Are anybody is member of SVNForum.org? This said: "host not
allowed(gmail)", and account going to infinite inactive state. I don't
found any webmaster, or forum admin to solve this...



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