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Re: how does tigris do server updates?

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2007-07-21 21:55:42 CEST

OK. You're mirroring the repository itself. Yes, I would want a
smaller repository.

Have you looked at WANdisco's products for multi-master commits?


Brian Krusic wrote:
> 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.
> -Brian
> 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

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