On Mon, Jul 13, 2015 at 08:25:31PM -0700, Anugrith V wrote:
> Hello,
> We have around 110 projects in our Gerrit server and many of them are small 
> in size.
> But there are 4-5 repositories where binaries/artifacts are stored and this 
> should be under version control. 
> But they are pretty huge and the bare repository size itself is 60G, 32GB, 
> 16GB, 9GB, etc ... These are mostly used for read access by the normal 
> developers, but would be modified by the CM production account. Recently we 
> could see huge performance issue and fine tuned the server using below 
> settings:
>     1) container.heapLimit to 16 GB
>     2) ldap_groups.maxAge to 1h
>     3) ldap.accountScope & ldap.groupScope to one
>     4) database.poolLimit to 64
> + Performed Gerrit gc 
> *Server configuration: 32 GB RAM & 16 cores.*
> Now, it looks OK and there are no major time outs. But, still not resolved 
> completely. 
> Are there any other solutions to have these repos in version control 
> without impacting the performance? I have gone through "git fat" which is 
> quite easy to use. I would like to know if there are any other better 
> proven solution for this. 

Maybe the recently release git-lfs[1] can offer a solution.  I'm not
sure it can be called "proven" just yet though.


[1]: https://git-lfs.github.com/

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