bzr branch is slow and memory-hungry (just a data point)
Michael Alan Dorman
mdorman at tendentious.org
Wed Sep 7 23:01:09 BST 2005
Aaron Bentley <aaron.bentley at utoronto.ca> writes:
> That depends on what tree was.
The tree's about 6MB according to du, with about a thousand files,
primarily perl and html, with some almost entirely static graphics
files thrown in.
As another data point, i am a little surprised to see that, for this
6MB of data, the .bzr directory is 195MB according to du. I guess
this is a function of the quantity of changes (some 3200 changesets)
and perhaps will be cut significantly once the move to a weave format
> If it was the linux kernel, it is supposed to be ~ 206 MB, the
> aggregate size of the file contents. This is because merge
> changesets are represented in-memory. That was originally due to
> your suggestion. I believe you said it was important for embedded
> developers to have changesets represented in memory.
Well, we're a lot smaller than the kernel, but we're taking more than
2x the amount of memory you project for that, so it seems like there
might still be an issue?
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