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Problems with FSFS

From: Kahn, Peter <Peter.Kahn_at_ironmountain.com>
Date: 2005-10-26 22:53:18 CEST

I have been running svn for about 18 months on BDB with a 2-6 GB

I have had some problems and been able to resolve them. I am setting up a
new repository for a new team. I have the option to use FSFS and BDB. The
team will have a small repository environment (less than 100 MB for the next
1-2 years).

Which repository is more reliable FSFS or BDB?

Has anyone had an FSFS issue and if so, what was the resolution path?
Thanks for the help.

Peter Kahn 
Iron Mountain Digital 
IM: pkahn@imserver, citizenkahn@jabber80.com, citizenkahn@googletalk.com 
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