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Re: Is my implementation too large for SVN?

From: John Thile <gilrain_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-06 20:31:51 CEST

Hi Garrett,

Again, thank you for the prompt response!

> Note that the ideal situation for large file support in svn is using a
> recent build of APR from the 1.2.x series of releases. 0.9.x is hit
> or miss.

Hmm, okay -- with what version of APR are the official, pre-compiled
binaries built? I'm using the pre-compiled Windows binaries for SVN

> Neither is "preferred", they both have their advantages. The protocol
> used with svnserve is indeed faster in many cases, but the Apache
> based server is more flexible in many ways and provides some
> capabilities you can't get with svnserve today. It also works over
> http and thus you often have fewer firewall problems with it than
> you'd get with svnserve and its custom protocol.

Thanks for the feedback. I will seriously consider switching to
svnserve, in this case. My users are going to mutiny if performance
doesn't improve, somehow! ;)


John Thile

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