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Re: File system vs. BDB

From: Tobias Herp <tobias.herp_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2004-07-16 01:16:18 CEST

Martin Lie schrieb:
> Joel Shellman wrote:
>>Trying to understand the pros/cons between the two.
> http://web.mit.edu/ghudson/info/fsfs

I read this -- very interesting. To put it short, BDB is more suitable for heavily used servers, and fsfs for most other situations, right?

I have a virtual server running a rather ancient RedHat Linux; after re-installing it will run SuSE 9, Apache 2.0.49, MySQL 4.0.15. And I hope to finally get subversion up and running; my first try had failed long ago somewhere around the BDB installation and failed rpm dependencies...

Would it be a good idea to start with subversion 1.1.0 and fsfs?



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