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Re: Is FSFS ready for productive use?

From: Jason Hoffman <jason_at_textdrive.com>
Date: 2005-02-07 19:17:48 CET

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On Feb 7, 2005, at 10:08 AM, Marc Haisenko wrote:

> I found both to be stable, although FSFS _seems_ to cause less trouble
> (BDB

We switched over a 100 BDB subversion repositories to FSFS (and it's
the default for a couple hundred more) once it was available. We
regularly had wedging issues when using multiple access methods with
busy Trac sites, and since switching entirely to FSFS have not had a
single issue (not a single problem).

For example, the http://dev.rubyonrails.com/browser/ repository has
done about 400 revisions since going FSFS without issue, while before
it would be regularly wedged.

- - Jason

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