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Re: [w] cvs2svn takes very long time to execute (days!)

From: Martin Gadbois <martin.gadbois_at_colubris.com>
Date: 2004-02-16 20:17:58 CET

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kfogel@collab.net wrote:
| cvs2svn creates one dumpfile per revision now, loads that small
| dumpfile, removes it, then continues on to the next. We used to do
| one huge dumpfile, but this meant cvs2svn's peak tmp space
| requirements were very high, so we changed.

Is that recent? I tried to import over the weekend using friday's SVN version of cvs2svn, but I
stopped it this monday morning when I realized I was only in may 2001... :-)

| Try running with --dump-only, then create a fresh repos and svnadmin
| load the dumpfile. Does that go faster?

No it doesn't. Since I got this hint, I tried with --dump-only ... only.

I will try with the latest SVN and I will try Psyco.. see if that makes a difference...

- --
"Windows might take you from 0 to 60 faster, but to go to 100 you need Unix."
Martin Gadbois
S/W Developper
Colubris Networks Inc.

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