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Re: svn cleanup performance

From: Miha Vitorovic <mvitorovic_at_nil.si>
Date: 2006-03-27 08:51:46 CEST

"Res Pons" <pons32@hotmail.com> wrote on 26.03.2006 05:35:52:

> Thanks for the feedback. It's good to know that SVN doesn't have to run
on a
> dedicated server, I just used the old school of thought as Rational
> always recommended this method. So when I set up my new subversion
server I
> just took the same astringent approach. We have about 40 developers plus

> other departments who commit their .doc files or scripts to the server
> so roughly about 70 users. It's a brand new enterprise Dell server with
> cpu's and 300 gb hard drive with raid mirroring. I really CMA. :)


If you really feel you need to have entire repository checked out, you may
also use the GCC trick (which was mentioned in another thread recently):

Create an empty folder in your repository (named 'EMPTY', or something
like that), and then in your WC 'svn switch' all those folders that you do
not need to point to 'EMPTY'. For many folder it may take a while, but
after that your update should run much faster.


  Miha Vitorovic
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