Repository size bdb vs fsfs
From: Alex <xlegion_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-18 21:57:01 CEST
We are now migrating everything from cvs to subversion and using cvs2svn I
svnadmin dump -q bdbrepos | svnadmin load < fsfsrepos
All went well but the file size of the fsfs repository is a little puzzling.
Everything seems to be ok, all files seems to be there in the fsfs
-- $ du -hsc * 751M fsfsrepos 1.8G bdbrepos 1.8G cvsdata.dump cvs2svn Statistics: ------------------ Total CVS Files: 122095 Total CVS Revisions: 258046 Total Unique Tags: 95 Total Unique Branches: 10 CVS Repos Size in KB: 1490095 Total SVN Commits: 6512 First Revision Date: Wed Feb 23 04:33:35 2000 Last Revision Date: Wed May 17 10:46:42 2006 Is the fsfs repos size normal? The cvs data dump file size matches the bdb repos size which to me reassures me that nothing was lost. I just remember that svn uses cheap copies, i.e, hardlinks. I guess that might explain the fsfs repos size or am I wrong?Received on Thu May 18 21:58:21 2006
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