Plans for Loggerhead
robertc at robertcollins.net
Wed Jan 7 03:00:11 GMT 2009
On Wed, 2009-01-07 at 15:49 +1300, Michael Hudson wrote:
> Robert Collins wrote:
> > I'd be extremely wary of overlapping with bzrlib here; fundamentally the
> > basics of loggerhead should be very thinly layered on bzrlib, if
> > something is too slow to show to a user in web time using bzrlib
> > directly, anything added on top is just complexity that will interfere
> > as bzrlib gets fixed to be fast enough. This has happened a few times
> > already - and when I look at loggerhead performance on brisbane core its
> > mainly using convoluted approaches on top of bzrlib api's that are
> > slower than they should be on production branches.
> Revision numbering is the thing that really causes pain. Make that take
> a handful of milliseconds per revid, and life for loggerhead would get
> much, much, much easier. But I'm not aware of any plans that might lead
> to this happening any time soon.
I think it does already, meantime-wise. The problem is that this only
applies if you get all 20K revision numbers at once :(.
The current numbering scheme is able to partially number without
accessing full history - and numbers near head are assigned more
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