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Re: [w] cvs2svn: Conversion taking a very long time

From: Brian W. Fitzpatrick <fitz_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2004-03-08 16:20:02 CET

On Mon, 2004-03-08 at 04:11, Kai Bartels wrote:
> Hi Mike, hi *!
> I experienced the same behaviour when trying to convert our local repository.
> It has just about 2G, a lot of files, some of them 5 to 6 years old, some
> with hundreds of revisions. I had the repository nfs-mounted to the machine
> that ran cvs2svn and normally stopped the programm after a few days.
> On the other hands there were reports on this list of a much larger repository
> (about 10G) having been converted in just 10h. The important difference
> maybe that it had much less overall revisions (don't remember exactly, maybe
> 12000).
> I'm just now giving it a try with a newer version of cvs2svn and a local
> copy of the repository (i.e. without nfs).

As I said in my previous mail, this problem still exists. It's a
scalability issue in cvs2svn that I'm looking into. I hope to have more
information later today.


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