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Re: Large strings, problems has not been occurred, but worried.

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-05-10 08:29:44 CEST

Hojin Choi wrote:

>Yes, I haven't clean up logfiles...
>Is the db/log* files are useless after successful commit?
>Can I delete it without backing up?
Use "svndamin list-unused-dblogs" to get a list of log files that you
can safely remove.

>Although the log files are able to be deleted easily, the large
>strings files are thought to be dangerous.
Why? What platform are you using?

>Is there any recommends to avoid such a large file?
The only way is to split your repository into smaller pieces. But
Berkeley DB can handle very large repositories easily, so this shouldn't
be a problem.

You can make incremental backups with "svnadmin dump --incremental", and
hot backups with "svnadmin hotcopy". Or use "svnadmin hotcopy
--clean-logs" to create a backup of the repository and remove unused log
files at the same time.

-- Brane

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