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RE: Re: How long do your svn dumps take

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2009 08:31:39 -0700 (PDT)

> I have done SVN server setups on multiple machines (in-house and also
> at customers sites) and also get dump speeds around 5GB/h. All of those
> server (Xeon 5xxx, 4-16GB RAM) are running Linux, ext3 on hardware RAID
> 1 resp. RAID 5 and use FSFS as Subversion database format. So your
> dump times are in the range that I would expect.

Hmm... that does sound similar times. I am using a Windows 2003 server with NTFS. I just didn't expect it to take this long. People talk about it on the list like it is such a routine thing... and my 20GB repo seems small compared to some of the numbers I have seen here.

> > Currently it is loading and has been running for almost 4 hours and is
> > on about rev 10k of about 32k.
> Yes, loading is much slower than dumping.

Yes, no doubt. It is still loading now. Over 13hours at this point and it still have about 4000 revs to go.

I am glad I started this yesterday at noon and didn't put it off till today.

Thanks for your reply.



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