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Re: Database format

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-06-13 16:29:05 CEST

On 13.06.2005, at 15:02, Bonio Lopez wrote:

> I am trying subversion on CVSdude. And there are 2 options for the
> database.
> -----
> Select backend database
> Berkeley DB
> File System
> ----
> Which one is more stable? Or what are advantages of each one?

I consider "File System" (what's normally called "FSFS") to be more
stable. It is newer and therefore less tested, but while Subversion's
BDB implementation has been proven repeatedly on this mailing list to
be error-prone, FSFS has been rock-solid in my experience. As of
Subversion 1.2, FSFS is the default, which should tell you something
about how stable the Subversion team feels it to be.

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