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Re: Experience with FSFS repository

From: Patrick Dean Rusk <PRusk_at_foliage.com>
Date: 2004-09-17 17:16:21 CEST

"Martin Tomes" <lists@tomes.org> wrote...
> We use BDB and it has *never* got wedged and there is little reason why it
should if you set up the
> server correctly.

That has been our experience as well.

It would be helpful if people like Scott who talk Subversion wedging their
repositories a lot in the past would make it clear what version of
Subversion they were using. My impression is that there is a lot less
wedging going on now than before 1.0. We're up to 1200 revisions without
having had a wedge or a single dangling transaction (the kind you see with
"svnadmin lstxns").

On the other hand, I'm not surprised at problems arising when people convert
large VSS or CVS repositories to SVN. It's always struck me as a fool's
errand to do so, but I guess it's important to some people to not have to go
to another tool to see history on a file.

Patrick Rusk

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