[cvsnt] Solved! -- was Re: repeateable , v file corruption in 2.02, 2.03

Jean-Francois Lamy jeanfrancois_lamy at videotron.ca
Wed Sep 27 13:51:12 BST 2006


Compression had been meant to be a temporary measure (famous last words). 
Actually, performance degradation was not really perceptible (which was a 
bit of a surprise, and which is why it stayed on).  But agreed, not a good 
idea.


"Gabriel Genellina" <gagsl-cvsnt at yahoo.com.ar> wrote in message 
news:mailman.190.1159320891.338.cvsnt at cvsnt.org...
> At Tuesday 26/9/2006 21:48, Jean-Francois Lamy wrote:
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>>You got it exactly right.  Moved the repository to a partition without
>>compression and the problem went away.
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> Storing the repository in a compressed disk was not a good idea in the 
> first place...
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> Gabriel Genellina
> Softlab SRL
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