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Re: fsfs and scaleability

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2005-08-18 12:48:49 CEST

On Thursday 18 August 2005 03:50, Oliver Pajonk wrote:
> I remember that someone did a performance comparison between bdb and fsfs
> some time ago and posted his results to this list, but I have no time to
> search the archives now for this. It must have been a short time after fsfs
> was integrated into svn. Maybe you can find it.
> As far as I remember the fsfs was performing better over large (all?)
> comparison areas (if you use a decent file system to host it). Only in one
> thing bdb was performing better, but I cannot remember what exactly it
> was...

IIRC, it was checking out because BDB keeps the head of trunk and of every
branch as full text. It doesn't have to go back and compute deltas.


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