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Re: Howto handle remote repository creation in a Multi-Repository scenario

From: Patrick Schönfeld <schoenfeld_at_just-imho.net>
Date: 2007-06-15 07:08:19 CEST

Arnauld Van Muysewinkel wrote:
> Note that there can be some inconvenient of putting all projects in
> the same repository.
> For example the revision graph function of TortoiseSVN gets slower and
> slower when the repository becomes bigger.

That is another consideration I have taken. And we do need TortoiseSVN
for the windows users. Also we will have a *lot* of revisions in a short

> Example: In my work place the admin took the decision to create one
> repository by team, with all the projects of a team in the same repo.
> With 1000+ revisions it took 3-4 minutes to get any revision graph.
> Last week I migrated a big project of 6000+ revisions from CVS. Now we
> have 7000+ revisions and the revision graph takes almost 15'. Not
> quite usable.

Ouch. This sounds quiet... uncomfortable. I don't think that our
developers would like to take this.

Best Regards


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