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Re: [OFFTOPIC] size of issue tracker

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: [OFFTOPIC] size of issue tracker
Date: Tue, 14 May 2019 15:58:04 -0400
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> Not sure if this time is spent on turn-around time or actual transfer or
> what, but FWIW, my proof-of-concept BuGit issue-tracking-system kept the
> whole 20 thousand or so issues of debbugs.gnu.org in a Git repo that was
> less than 10MB, IIRC, so cloning the whole thing takes much less than
> 2 hours, even on a slow connection.

OK, I finally tracked down the disk where I kept this experiment.
And indeed, I see that the past looks always much better than it really
was: apparently, the Git repository is more like 100MB than 10MB and
that's only counting the non-archived issues, whereas when all the
issues were included the size was around 400MB.

This said, what's a factor 40x between friends, really?

So Tassilo's experiment with forge.el where he gets 200MB for 20K issues
in an sqlite database is actually in the same ballpark or even better.
Sorry 'bout the noise.


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