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Re: Alternative for binary files

From: Paul Franz
Subject: Re: Alternative for binary files
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2001 16:37:58 +0400

Actually, it would totally depending on the network connection. Currently, I 
can copy around 700 Megs over my LAN in around 10-15 minutes. 

Also, one possible solution if it is a network issue is to forgo the CVS server 
(in this instance) and try having the repository on the local machine and use 
the repository via direct access.

Paul Franz

 Message: 13
From: address@hidden (Paul Sander)
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2001 16:34:40 -0800
To: address@hidden, address@hidden
Subject: Re: Alternative for binary files

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>My company is currently using CVS to manage some third-party vendor
>really big, big tree with really many, many very big, big files.

>The result, obviously, is totally unacceptable. Even one of this
>files may take something like half an hour to check out, and that's
>for "just" around 20 MB.

>I've been investigating the Web for a (free software) alternative, but
>up to now found none.

>So the question is... is there in development for CVS any solution for
>this problem? Or do anyone here faced a similar problem *and* has
>found a reasonable solution? BTW, I only need versioning, not

Can anyone suggest a way of copying very big, big files across a network
without using a lot of time?

>--- End of forwarded message from address@hidden


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