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Re: Switching off file compression for JPEGs in the repository

From: Mike Mason <mgm_at_thoughtworks.net>
Date: 2004-11-17 17:36:09 CET

Cassimatis, Jim wrote:

>You hit the nail on the head. We need tuning options for large
>files. Also, I agree that the pristine copy could in fact be part
>of the problem. Where do we go from here?

We've still not diagnosed the exact problem -- are you adding new files
or checking in changes to existing files when you get the problem? Is it
CPU time on the client, disk access on the client, network traffic, or
CPU or disk on the server? I'm not a Subversion developer and so can't
speak to whether large file support (i.e. tuning options for Subversion
to do quicker things with large files) is even on anyone's radar, I'm
just trying to help gather some more information about the problem.

Have you looked at AlienBrain? It's version control for creative types
and so might be better suited to what you want to do.


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