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Recommend a File System for SVN

From: Shrinivasan <tshrinivasan_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2009 15:54:50 +0530


We find BDB is performing well for SVN.

As we move to svn 1.5, it supports fsfs.
We tested fsfs for performance.
But it is not as well as BDB.

Anyhow, it is the default one, we like to use that fsfs itself.

Can we increase the performance by changing the filesytem?

We use the network storage system for the server.

Which will give better performance?

1. NFS
2. NetApp
3. Local disk (ext3)


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