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Experience with FSFS repository

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2004-09-13 04:20:33 CEST

I was just reading through the 1.1 release notes and the blurb about
the pros and cons of 'fsfs'. It seems that at least for my purposes
'fsfs' is superior. I know the others in my office would not tolerate
a database that would need to be un-wedged every so often.

Anyway, I'm evaluating Subversion as a replacement for VSS, and it
seems that the 1.1 release will be what I start with should I decide to
go ahead. So I'm just wondering if anyone has any thing to say about
the 'fsfs' repository from personal experience. Has anyone had their
'fsfs' repository get "stuck"? Have you had any problems with it

I know that VSS generally sucks, but as far as problems go, we have
never really had any data loss (that we are aware of :) ) with VSS, and
one of the concerns with moving to a new system is that there will be
new problems.


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