Bazaar NG performance on large repositories
aaron.bentley at utoronto.ca
Mon Oct 30 17:53:36 GMT 2006
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Nicholas Allen wrote:
> So creating the working tree seems to take quite a long while. Branching
> in a shared repository without trees is lightning fast though!
> bzr log some-file
> This command took a very long time. In fact, I gave up waiting for it to
> complete. No output was seen on the terminal at all - even after 5
> minutes. I think in its current state this would be completely unusable
> for us. I hope that bzr will see some performance improvements here.
log some-file reads the inventory of each commit, so it scales with tree
size. That's a limit of the current implementation, though. We can
look at each file to see what revisions modified it, though I'm not sure
whether that will detect all kinds of changes.
> bzr diff
> Took about 30 seconds to complete. It claimed all files had
> modifications "(properties changed)" but there were no code changes
> except the file I modified. What could these property changes be? Is
> this a possible bug?
That would be the execute bit.
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