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How to find the ceiling...

From: Roland Schwingel <Roland.Schwingel_at_onevision.de>
Date: 2004-05-21 10:03:56 CEST


After sizing my svn repos recently I am wondering how big it can get? Is
there any limitation in the size of live repos?
I am speaking about limitations in BDB/subversion/whatever component that
limits the size of the repos.

At present it is ~1GB and has now a growrate of about 100Meg a month. Are
there any limitations?
Eg. size of the strings file? Do I need to worry at eg. a size of >2GB?

I am running on linux with kernel 2.4, bdb 4.2.52,subversion 1.0.3, apache



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