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Repository size and performance

From: Banzi Massimo <massimo.banzi_at_telecomitalia.it>
Date: 2007-08-22 11:21:43 CEST

We are migrating our development CM environment to subversion.
Currently we have about a hundred projects and a thousand developers,
and decided to install just one svn server (in high availability, with
repository on SAN system , daily backed up, etc.).
Authentication is managed through our company LDAP server.
This decision (just one repo instead of several ones) was due to allow
easier maintenance and tracking of the activities, since we also
installed an ALM tool (Polarion).
We also made a check on apache.org: apparently they use the same
approach and their revision number is very high (over 550.000 revision.
All this made us confident together with the fact that we can also
improve our hardware if necessary.
The performance of normal work are acceptable, but the use of certain
useful features (eg. the revison graph that in a multi-branch env. is
necessary ) is impossible.
We noted it I use of Rev. graphs, but are there other analogue
Can you tell me if you found work around to this?
I had a look to road map of next revision and found nothing nor found
something significant in the bugs opened. There are entries in the
mailing list (the reason for the behaviour of rev graph is clear), but
apparently no issue to improve this feature.
I found in tigris a tool - svnmapper (http://svnmapper.tigris.org/) -
that partially helps us, since it caches the info collected thus being
significantly faster, but it does not seem so friendly.
Can you help me?
Thank You



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