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[Gnu-arch-users] Re: arch commit on large trees ?

From: Anand Kumria
Subject: [Gnu-arch-users] Re: arch commit on large trees ?
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2005 13:29:10 +1000
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On Mon, 22 Aug 2005 19:23:42 -0700, Philippe Moutarlier wrote:

> Ok, sorry if this was brought up before. I tried to search the archive
> but could not find answers to this.... 
> I am new to tla/arch and trying to prove to people to my company that it
> could be a cool idea instead of CVS. I just installed it and tried some
> simple edit/commit on a quite large tree (i.e. same size as a full linux
> kernel). 
> I am using explicit tagging method on a local hard drive, even if a
> laptop one.  Now my problem (and a show stopper for my company guys), is
> the time it takes to compute the changes and/or commit them. It takes up
> to 3 minutes before it even gets to the "update pristine tree" phase,
> then you must add 1:30 minute to get the final "committed". 
> This seems to be extremely slow compared to my experience of CVS on a
> remote NFS mounted repository. Am I doing something wrong or is there a
> way to improve this ? 

A revision library will improve the performance dramatically.


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