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Re: svnadmin dump takes very, very long time

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-18 23:51:27 CET

On Feb 16, 2005, at 11:34 AM, Christian Kruse wrote:

> Hi there,
> since our repository went to hell (after every action, regardless
> which action, we got an BerkeleyDB-Error and had to delete the log.*
> and run db4.1_recover and svnadmin recover) I started «svnadmin dump
> .» at 13:40. It has 689 Revisions, and now (18:33) it is at revision
> 19... why is this so? Can we do something?

Doing a dump is very expensive. It outputs the full-text of every
single file in revision 1, and then outputs the full-text of every
changed file in subsequent revisions. It requires reading every
version of every file, which takes a lot of time.

Why are you dumping?

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