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Re: svn back-end question

From: Alex R. Mosteo <alejandro_at_mosteo.com>
Date: 2005-01-20 19:51:17 CET

Peter Yamamoto wrote:
> Windows can also have issues with directories with a large number of
> files. While acting as a server I'm not sure of the consequences, but
> for other direct operations, in my experience, this can be brutal.
> The backup/repair/restore process for a StarTeam repository on a fairly
> high end Windows server was brutal. I had to plan a whole weekend for
> it. Some of this time was simply waiting for windows to respond to
> opening a folder in windows explorer with a large number of files in it
> (eg > 5minutes, sometimes > 15 minutes, sometimes hang completely [eg
> more than the time to go out and eat and come back]).

I've found that when a folder has many files (hundreds to thousands),
using the explorer is futile (as you point). However going there by
means of a console gives no problem, listings via dir are instantaneous
and copy operations are perfectly doable.

My personal suspicion is that the icons/previews/something are badly

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