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Re: Help with very large repositories

From: Michael Muller <mmuller_at_enduden.com>
Date: 2005-08-28 00:42:29 CEST

Actually, I plan to evaluate both BDB and FSFS.. thanks for the advice,

Oliver Pajonk wrote:
> 2005/8/27, Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com>:
> > svnadmin create --fs-type bdb --bdb-txn-nosync repos
> >=20
> Just a thought: it seems to be that FSFS repositories are more stable and i=
> n=20
> most parts faster than BDB repositories (if backed by a decent filesystem).=
> =20
> Most people that reported problems with broken repositories had BDB ones an=
> d=20
> their problems were fixed almost everytime when they changed to FSFS.
> Is there a special reason why you use BDB?
> --=20
> Oliver Pajonk

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