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Re: VSS to Subversion migration - performance issues over time

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-06-03 18:16:48 CEST

john.liao@mindspeed.com wrote:

> Has anyone else encounter this problem before?
> I am trying to migrate all our source files and revisions from VSS to
> subversion.
> I have subversion 1.0.4 running on a Solaris system and I'm using
> svn:// protocol
> to add files and commit the changes.
> I using a variant of vss2svn perl script that checks out a revision of
> the file from VSS
> and then commits it to subversion.

John, this is an issue with the vss2svn script and not Subversion. You
are using an older version of the script.

Go to http://vss2svn.tigris.org/ and download the 0.2 version, which
uses DBI and DBD::SQLite modules to store data instead. This makes it
run much faster and scale much better.

Also, please move discussion of this program to users@vss2svn.tigris.org
instead, as this is really off-topic to the core Subversion mailing list.

Received on Thu Jun 3 18:20:05 2004

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