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Re: Logfile growth

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-07-30 16:27:27 CEST

"Simon Large" <slarge@blazepoint.co.uk> writes:

> I cannot find anything about this in the FAQ, either for SVN or Tortoise.
> Should I expect the logfile to grow without bounds or have I missed a vital
> admin process somewhere? Once the actions have been carried out on the
> database, why is the logfile still needed?

The logfile *set* (more than one logfile) will grow without bounds,
but a particular logfile should only grow to about 1 Mb (as the result
of Subversion's custom configuration of Berkeley DB). Generally, once
a logfile reaches the 1Mb point, Berkeley will start a new logfile.
It is only when Berkeley has finished using a logfile (meaning it has
begun a new one) that list-unused-logfiles will display it. You will
always have at least one logfile in use at any given time.

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