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Re: Are there any size constraints for a SVN Server?

From: Les Mikesell <lesmikesell_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-16 14:05:45 CET

Erik Huelsmann wrote:

>> > > As per your reply, I will have to split file system in case of
>> FSFS, if I
>> > > want storage of ~1M. Can you please elaborate more on that?
>> >
>> > No, you totally misunderstood me. I said: "... if a file system allows
>> > only 1M files, ...". I *never* said that your filesystem (NTFS) has
>> such
>> > a restriction! I guess that actual NTFS implementations will have
>> limits
>> > which are far higher.
>> >
>> > And I was talking about the total number of *revisions*, not files. I
>> > don't think that there are real projects which currently have more than
>> > about 100k revisions.
>> Apache HTTPD is just over 500K revisions.
>> http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/httpd/
> KDE, Gnome and GCC have huge numbers of revisions too. It's not very
> common, but they do exist.

Is anyone doing automated regression tests of svn so we know what the
actual limits are?

   Les Mikesell
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Received on Fri Mar 16 14:06:31 2007

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