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On Thu, 08 Aug 2002 16:50:21 +0200, "Lucia.Kaeser" <Lucia.Kaeser at helvetia.de> wrote: >Hello everybody out there, > >we are using CVSNT 220.127.116.11 (Build27) and WinCvs13b4 and my question is: > >is there a maximum size of the CVS repository, and if yes: > What is the maximum size ? > What do I have to do, when we reach the capacity of the repository ? > The maximum size is the size of the filesystem you are running cvs on. When it's full, just upgrade your hard disk. A cvs repository on a FAT filesystem has a 2GB limit per file on the RCS files (due to OS limits)... It's actually pretty hard to get that big with text/source files but if you're storing large binaries it's best to be on an NTFS drive just to be certain. Tony