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Mon, 18 Dec 2000 18:26:51 -0800
I was having a similar experience, well over 300 directories, and we
apply tags daily (non branching at least).
We are running local mode on NT.
We recently 're-org'd the repository, by doing a checkout of the end of
the old project, and importing that as an entirely new top-level. It
All cvs operations are MUCH faster now. We got rid of a lot of empty
directories, took the oportunity to rearrange some of the sources to
match their current usage, instead of what was designed over 2 years ago
and then changed many times. Just about all of the developers have been
very happy with the new repos.
Robert Bresner wrote:
> Howdy --
> What about the CVS repository itself?
> Our repository has grown into quite the bohemoth in the
> last few years. It's 150 some directories, making up almost
> 2 millions lines of code.
> There are at least 17 live branches. Some files have, literally,
> thousands of versions.
> How much of a slow down is caused by such a large repostiory?
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