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RE: Large file actual performance report; cvs use of ,v header is someti
RE: Large file actual performance report; cvs use of ,v header is sometimes non-optimal.
Thu, 17 Jan 2008 16:31:08 -0600
> CVSNT (yes it runs on linux and is 'free') has native support
> for UTF16
> files, if using such files then using a server with native support is
> probably more sensible.
Plug ignored. CVS-NT not on distribution, no auto-security updates for
Besides, not more sensible in this case anyway. There are numerous side
benefits to not using the native files, but that too is OT.
> No what would have been easy was to do cvs up -j 1.25 -j 1.22 (check
> syntax) to 'merge' revision 1.22 to head (making revision
> 1.22 current).
> Again if you are using CVSNT this will also create a mergepoint so you
> can 'see' what happened. Since this does not require admin priv it is
> obviously much 'easier' than an admin command. A good rule
> of thumb is
> 'if you are about to use any cvs admin command then ask if there is a
> better way of achieving the same result without the admin command
> because there is one'.
This is not what was being done and is not relevant to the subject line.
This does not move three revisions from the HEAD stream to a branch.
I wanted the diff noise off of the HEAD and present in a branch.
> > This starts to make it more obvious why CVS use with large
> > files is discouraged on list.
> I'd personally not call 50M large, over 500M files I'd
> consider large.
That's the point isn't it? Even though not big by your standards, the CVS
server cannot handle a couple of small branches and less than 30 revisions
without consuming hours and hours of server time. I think that only points
out how valid it is for someone to say that controlling GB sized files in
CVS is quite preposterous.
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