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

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-12-01 20:26:35 CET

Subversion Newbie <subversionnewbie@yahoo.com> writes:
> I respect the "simplicity in the first design" (single, flat
> directory) but hopefully we'll see the option for a tree scheme;
> it would improve performance for folks who have already deployed
> their filesystems (or don't have the option to change things
> like "dir_index").

Can you report all the performance problems you're seeing?

So far, the only one involves running 'ls' in the revs directory
(which technically you shouldn't need to do). As far as Subversion's
*own* use of the repository, are you seeing a scalability problem?


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Received on Wed Dec 1 20:33:10 2004

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