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Re: SubVersion - Pros and cons in big projects

From: Werner Punz <werpu_at_gmx.at>
Date: 2005-07-08 11:00:28 CEST

Nguyen, Tin Chanh wrote:
> Hi all,
> We are on the way to research SubVersion and evaluate its values as
> Configuration Management software. Before it, we used VSS for almost
> projects. Actually, VSS is not good for big projects and that's why we
> consider to SubVersion. We just only apply it on small projects but not
> in big projects. Actually, we still do not image how many problems we
> can face when we apply SubVersion for big projects. Any risks maybe get
> from it? Can we discuss deeply about it? We hope to receive any ideas
> about this topic, especially from technical people or who had
> experienced to work on it with big projects.
SVN scales pretty well, the only problem I basically have is not really
SVN related, but some clients become rather slow once you have myriads
of files on your HD, this is more a combination of svn producing several
configuratioin artefacts per file and NTFS which does not scale too well
with many files in one subdir hierarchy.

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