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Re: Backends...

From: Peter Valdemar Mørch <nospam_at_morch.com>
Date: 2005-01-13 18:04:46 CET

Brad wrote:
> fsfs is what I am leaning towards now for stability reasons. Are there
> other backends in development? Can bdb be sucessfully run with a project
> of this size?

I experienced that fsfs repositories are *considerably* smaller. That
may or may not hold for you, but I'd give it a test myself..
Check out the "Minimizing repository growth when large files change...."
thread.

Also beware that the svn client keeps a pristine copy of all files in
the working copy in the .svn directories, so your working copy will be
roughly twice the size of the sum of file sizes of the files you're
keeping track of. This may be important if you use large files.

Peter

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