Stefan Sperling <stsp_at_elego.de> wrote on 04/19/2009 07:56:26 AM:
> On Sat, Apr 18, 2009 at 09:51:38PM -0400, Bob Archer wrote:
> > Hi All...
> > I am upgrading from 1.5.5 to 1.6.1 today. Up to this point I have
> > been using svnadmin update. But, I decided it was time to do a
> > dump/load as many have recommended.
> > But, dumping one of our repo took about 5 hours. This is a 20GB
> > Is this normal. I see in the book it talks about doing a nightly
> > so you can back up. Do people really run dumps that take 4+ hours?
> This rings a bell.
> I have been told by a user of an svnadmin dump that took 9+ hours.
> I have been meaning to reproduce the problem but did not have the time.
> (No pun intended! :)
> In that particular case it was reported that the dump took _longer_
> when started incrementally from a revision somewhere in the middle of
> revision history than when taking it from revision 0 on onwards.
> I believe there may be problem, but we need some more data.
Just a random datapoint, but the number of directories in one directory
seems to really affect svnadmin verify performance. (Essentially just
a dump followed by a load...) We have a fairly small repo (3G) that has
8000 directories inside a top level directory. A verify takes over 40
hours now. It seems to get really bad after a couple thousand dirs. We
have a 160G repo with twice the number of files and revisions that
takes <2 hours on the same server. All FSFS using Subversion 1.5.
I seem to remember it being mentioned that Subversion wasn't
optimized for large numbers of files/dirs inside one directory.
I'll see if I can get this moved to a server where I can enable
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Received on 2009-04-20 18:03:21 CEST