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SubjectRe: more git updates..
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Linus Torvalds <torvalds@osdl.org> writes:

> The full .git archive for 199 versions of the kernel (the 2.6.12-rc2 one
> and a test-run of 198 patches from Andrew) is 111MB. In other words,
> adding 198 "full" new kernels only grew the archive by 9MB (that's all
> "actual disk usage" btw - the files themselves are smaller, but since they
> all end up taking up a full disk block..)

Does that mean that the 64 K changes imported from bk would take ~ 3 GB?
Is that real?

Have to tried to import it?
I'm going to import the CVS data (with cvsps) - as the CVS "misses" half
the changes, the resulting archive should be half in size too?

I don't know how much space did bk use, but 3 GB for the full history
is reasonable for most people, isn't it? Especially that one can purge
older data.
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Krzysztof Halasa
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