|Subject:||Re: Issues with network file systems and CVS|
|Date:||Wed, 18 Sep 2002 11:23:48 -0700|
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Frederic Brehm wrote:
For performance reasons (I/O throughput during compiles and network traffic) you might want to put it on a local disk. Policy makers don't always understand performance issues, though.
It also helps to point out that there should be no need to backup the sandbox directories. This, however, requires that the developers be trained to perform intermediary checkins of work in progress, which itself requires training in branch-and-merge development for larger changes (or just to permit checking in still broken files), so it's not the simplest thing. Nonethteless, things do seem to work the best that way...
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