People should be closing review requests when the accompanying change is
submitted. That's your "archival" process, basically. Education is going to
be the most important thing here. People have to get into that habit.
#1 is probably what you want to do to start off, and then make sure people
get in the habit of closing. I know some companies have custom scripts that
help with auto-closing, but I don't have access to them.
#2 is not doable today.
I know of servers with over 400,000 review requests and no speed issues.
The review requests are being closed properly on those. But all that being
said, I wouldn't expect it to take that long. What version of Review Board
are you using?
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.reviewboard.org
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On Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 1:49 AM, Lucas Wong <yanchaow...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On our reviewboard, we have accumulated more than 65000 reviews. As a
> result, the index page for everyone is a little bit slow, taking almost 10s
> to open, the other pages are working just fine. I took a guess that this is
> because the huge number of reviews.
> My questions are:
> 1. If we close all reviews older than, say 3 months, that would left
> us will about 5000 active reviews. Will this increase the index
> 2. Is it possible to set the default index page for everyone to
> "incoming reviews" that would work around the slow index page problem.
> Thanks you very much!
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