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Re: Pros and cons of significantly large repositories

From: Matt Sickler <crazyfordynamite_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-09 19:57:15 CEST

subversion was meant to version source code, not distribute notes and
binaries
another tool such as rsync would be better at the latter

On 4/5/07, Andrew R Feller <afelle1@lsu.edu> wrote:
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> Hi,
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> My company is currently trying to use Subversion not only to store code
> for new projects but also dumping of binary builds and internal
> documentation (processes, meetings, etc). The question most often asked is
> "Are you going to use a single repository or multiple repositories?" I know
> a Subversion repository can hold any amount of data, but I want to know is:
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> What are the pros and cons for having really large repositories versus
> multiple, smaller repositories?
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> What experiences have people had with repository administration and
> general usage that have made a particular choice good or bad?
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> I appreciate your feedback and insight!
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> Regards,
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> Andrew
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Received on Mon Apr 9 19:57:38 2007

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