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Re: Labeling revisions advice sought

From: Christophe Labouisse <christophe_at_labouisse.org>
Date: 2004-12-29 22:04:05 CET

On Wed, 29 Dec 2004 14:18:27 -0500 (EST)
David Kramer <david@thekramers.net> wrote:

> - I don't want to do an svn copy every day for one of these builds,
> because I think that would make the repository huge. I know it's a
> "cheap" copy, but cheap != free, and 50 or 60 cheap copies of
> thousands of files for every release can add up. I expect it would
> slow down access after a while, too.

After reading your mail I made a little test. I took a project
containing about 21000 files import it into a new SVN repository and
after that created 50 tags by copying /trunk/project to /labels/xx.
After importation the repository was 643MB and only 645MB after my 50
tags. Like all tests, this one is stupid but my guess is that subversion
tagging by cheap copy is probably as space efficient as the PVCS
labeling system.

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