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Re: Experience with FSFS

From: Michael W Thelen <mike_at_pietdepsi.com>
Date: 2004-12-03 08:04:34 CET

Lukas Lipavsky wrote:
> But I would like to know...how stable and reliable is FSFS? Has anyone
> tested it on some big real project?

My company has been using FSFS for about 6 weeks with no problems. We
had previously been using BDB, also with no major problems. Our
repository is quite large, about 36000 revisions and 2.5 GB.

> Any suggestions, comments, experiences?
> Which type of repository is better (in your opinion) and why?

We have experienced significant performance increases with FSFS,
particularly when committing, diffing, merging... well, pretty much
across the board. :-) I would recommend FSFS.

Michael W Thelen
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potatoes.       -- Douglas Adams

Received on Fri Dec 3 08:08:11 2004

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