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Re: When use a repository with FSFS or BDB

From: John <jsparrow_at_ecclescollege.ac.uk>
Date: 2005-07-17 11:47:13 CEST

Zeta <maria.canahua <at> gmail.com> writes:

> I'm newbie, please could anyone explain this?
> In what cases a repository should use a FSFS or an BDB.
> I plain use SVN1.2.0 on Windows Thanks a lot

I use win32 client and server (get the TortoiseSVN client, it's great).

Use fsfs - it's simpler, faster and more reliable. The only issues are with very
big repositories, when you have 10,000+ revisions (and hence 20,000+ small
files). This could cause problems on NTFS. Maybe by that time someone will have
changed fsfs to merge groups of old revisions into a single, larger file.

Choose fsfs - if you need to change later it's easy. Just dump, create a new bdb
repository, and reload.


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