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Re: Bytes Transferred Vs Actual File Size

From: Ben Schwehn <bschwehn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 23 Oct 2010 09:16:48 +0100

> As mentioned before: Subversion only transfers diffs, not whole files.
> And then there's the compression servers usually have enabled which
> means the diff that's transferred is compressed before it's sent to the
> server (or received from it).

Hello Stefan,

Does Subversion only transfer diffs with binary files also? I was
under the impression it did not but only for textual files. But either
way, the 341MB file has never been in the repository before, so no
previous version to diffs to and is already highly compressed
(compressed using the best of deflate, PPMd, LMZA at highest setting
each), no way the server could have compressed it down from 341MB to
BTW: The server/check-in is running via svn+ssh.

If there is interest, I can check if I can consistently reproduce this
and file a more detailed bug report.



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