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is "db/revs" always going to be one flat directory (FSFS)?

From: Subversion Newbie <subversionnewbie_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-11-29 17:58:40 CET

Just wondering if there are plans to have the "db/revs"
directory under the repository use a multi-level ("hashed")
scheme, similar to what postfix does with its "hash_queue_depth"
Those of us using Linux with EXT2 or EXT3 filesystems (and
probably Solaris people, too) will probably see a performance
hit when we start reaching a few thousand revisions (i.e., files
in db/revs) given that the lookup for a directory entry is
pretty much sequential. Just curious.

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