In addition to all other responses, I'd like to advertise the "pristines on
demand" feature that got some traction in the spring.

Subversion is normally storing all files twice on the client side (in the
"working copy": once for the actual file and once as a "pristine", ie as
the file was when checking out, in the .svn folder). The idea with
"prisines on demand" is to store the file only once, on the expense of some
operations requiring more bandwidth. I'm not sure about the status, but it
is not part of any current release yet. Karl Fogel and Julian Foad was
involved in this, more details can be found in the list archives on the
d...@subversion.apache.org list.

Kind regards,

Den tors 22 sep. 2022 kl 21:59 skrev Sean McBride <s...@rogue-research.com>:

> Hi all,
> Our svn repo is about 110 GB for a full checkout. Larger on the server of
> course, with all history, weighting about 142 GB.
> There haven't been any performance issues, it's working great.
> But now some users are interested in committing an additional 200 GB of
> mostly large binary files.
> I worry about it becoming "too big".  At what point does that happen?
> Terabytes?  Petabytes?  100s of GB?
> Thanks,
> Sean

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