I'd like to echo this. We've been live since May with over 20
developers hitting the production repositories working on multiple
branches at a time to meet a biweekly release schedule. I have not
yet had the experience of a 'wedge' either.
We have multiple repositories with most of them running on Solaris
9/Apache and one running SuSE 9.1 and Apache. All repository access is
through HTTP and / or ViewCVS.
On Sun, 2004-09-12 at 21:29, Sean Moss-Pultz wrote:
> On Sep 13, 2004, at 10:20 AM, Scott Palmer wrote:
> > 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.
> I've been running subversion for a little over a year now and about 6
> months in a production environment. I've yet to see a wedged
> repository. We used both linux and windows servers. I really don't
> think wedging happens as much as you think it will.
> As for FSFS, I too really want to give this a try. My work however
> wants to wait for another few months (after 1.1) to see if any problems
> creep up. Either way I wouldn't let the wedging worry you that much. We
> have about 5000+ commits and no problems. Subversion really is a great
Received on Mon Sep 13 11:53:09 2004