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Re: setting up svn with fsfs, + ssh *only*

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-01-26 20:17:24 CET

On Jan 26, 2005, at 12:59 PM, Jean-Pierre Sevigny wrote:

> Hi,
> I did:
> svnadmin create /usr/local/repo --fs-type fsfs
> and did an import, from another machine, like this:
> cvs import -m "test" testDir svn+ssh://reposerver/usr/local/repo
> Now, where are my files on the reposerver? It seems it's still using
> the Berkeley db as a backend.

Why would you say that? Look in the repository. You should have two
revision files in the db/revs/ directory, "0" and "1". Those are your
revision trees. Examine their contents if you wish. That's FSFS.
It's not berkeley db, but it's not like your files are just copied into
the repository. :-) FSFS uses a custom file format to represent an
entire revision tree. Each revision tree is a file.

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