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Re: post-commit export

From: David Ferguson <ferguson.david_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2009 07:31:20 -0400


You could use svk to check out a working copy. Point svk to the real
repository (just make sure you don't allow svk to commit!). svk working
copies do not incur the 2x space hit.

Btw, we have your exact problem at my company. Our repositories are 35G
exported which is 70G as a svn checkout. It would be nice if there were a
svn-supported solution for this.


On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 7:01 AM, Justus Stadler_external <
Justus.Stadler_external_at_de.kspg.com> wrote:

> Well... the project I'm working on has 2GB repository and a workingcopy of
> about 6GB(Data is 3GB). This is not done yet and might reach a total data of
> 5-6GB.
> So the repo will have about 4GB and an additional wc another 11GB. That's
> 15GB in total times 60+ projects.... = 900GB. To expensive to invest in a
> student ;-)


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