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RE: need a server-busting test case

From: Bulgrien, Kevin
Subject: RE: need a server-busting test case
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 07:58:07 -0500

> Is there something I can do with CVS that will demonstrate high I/O
> and/or memory requirements?  I have access to a repository with ~43K
> files.  Would it suffice to have some tagging, checkouts and commits
> going (almost) concurrently?

Do concurrent cvs update -r1.1 (or equivalent early tag) on multiple
sets of files, each of which contain a very large file with a lot of
history.  That just from my experiences with controlling "large" files
on an old hardware platform.  See the mailing list thread of January

  Large file actual performance report; cvs use of ,v header is
  sometimes non-optimal.

The thread has some numbers.  Chances are your virtual system will be
a lot more beefy than my poor server, so the metrics will have to be
scaled to suit.

And that probably isn't worth 2 cents... but you can have it if you


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