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Re: how does tigris do server updates?

From: Brian Krusic <brian_at_krusic.com>
Date: 2007-07-21 21:40:32 CEST

While client traffic is not effected, server to sever traffic will
be. Our needs aren't limited to simple client traffic.

I'm sure smaller repos will effect sync time and our locations in
Europe and Canada will have slave repos when the time comes (v1.5).

They already have there own repos that we in the US update from as
we've done a sort of manual load balancing approach where repo
location is according to traffic patterns.

On Jul 21, 2007, at 12:27 PM, Blair Zajac wrote:

> Brian Krusic wrote:
>> Hi Mark,
>> While u r correct about serving dbs regardless version as thats
>> what we do on some of our repos now, there are benefits to
>> upgrading so I disagree with you.
>> A repo we had in 1.2.3 was 50GB at the time. We converted to 1.4
>> and it shrank to 38GB.
>> So yes, we do need to convert.
>> With offices in geographically diverse regions, the leaner and
>> meaner our dbs are, the better.
> Shrinking the repository size won't have an impact on the network
> traffic to your clients, even if they are geographically
> dispersed. So while it's nice to dump and load, it's not necessary.
> Regards,
> Blair
> --
> Blair Zajac, Ph.D.
> CTO, OrcaWare Technologies
> <blair@orcaware.com>
> Subversion training, consulting and support
> http://www.orcaware.com/svn/
Received on Sat Jul 21 21:39:56 2007

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