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Re: Maximum repository size and reiserfs question

From: Tony Butt <tony.butt_at_cea.com.au>
Date: 2006-08-31 06:48:39 CEST

Danny Sung wrote:
> I'm looking into converting our CVS repository to Subversion. But I
> was wondering, since subversion stores the repository in a single
> Berkeley DB file, whether there is any size limitation to a
> repository. Our current CVS repository is about 1 TB. I know
> subversion will be much more space efficient, but at these sizes, I'm
> a little concerned. I couldn't find any reference in the FAQ or Book
> on this subject.
> Also, I was wondering if anyone's used an SVN repository on ReiserFS.
> Are there any special issues or concerns with that? Is Reiser stable
> these days?
> Thanks,
> Danny
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We run about a 4 GByte FSFS repository on ReiserFS 3.6 (Suse Enterprise
Linux 9)
It has been completely stable for us since we started it up 2 years ago.

Tony Butt

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