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RE: Revision number offset after dump/load cycle

From: Florian Storck <storck_at_givemepower.de>
Date: 2005-10-24 16:02:12 CEST

Hello Mark,

> This doesn't really answer your question, but it is not true that
> you need
> to dump/load your repository to go from 1.1.x to 1.2.x (or 1.3.x when it
> comes out).

ok, I know that , but it's running on windows, and there was a change in
which needs this dump / load cycle and would switch for FSFS. because of
portability issues.

> Finally, while trimming revisions from your repository will presumably
> reduce the size, I do not believe there is any reason to expect a
> significant performance improvement. Obviously you have 1000 folders
> under a tags folder and you cut that to 10 there will be performance
> improvements in listing the contents of that folder, but a checkout from
> trunk will likely take the same amount of time.

well, I didn't expect that checkouts will be faster, but log searches should
be speeded up a little. But main reason would be simply, that the
carries a lot of old stuff, which isn't needed anymore and could be


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