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Re: cvs2svn.py

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-01-01 13:07:28 CET

Craig L. Ching wrote:
> Second, I have a fairly large repository. At the moment, I am only trying
> convert a small part of it (just one module, I've deleted the other
> for the time being) which is about 470 MB. This repo has tons of branches
> and tags. At the moment, cvs2svn.py (this is from the SVN trunk btw) is
> saying the following:
> new revision: 23
> committing: Mon Oct 15 11:50:43 2001, over 8 seconds
> loading revision 23 into /usr/local/svnroot
> And it has been stuck here for a few hours. Any idea what might be going
> Might this be normal for a large repository? The command line I used was
> 'cvs2svn.py -v -s /usr/local/svnroot /usr/cvsroot. Also, this is using
> 0.35.1 from the Red Hat 8.0 RPM's. I haven't tweaked BDB in any way.
> Appreciate any advice!

This doesn't seem normal. For comparison, each "loading revision" on
cvs2svn's test-data/main-cvsrepos lasts just a few seconds on my machine.

Perhaps you could try running cvs2svn on
tools/cvs2svn/test-data/main-cvsrepos from the subversion source tree, and
see how it responds, to establish whether it is your machine, or your
specific data set which provokes the problem?


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