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SubjectRe: suspend slow in 2.6.25-rc6 (was Re: Suspend and hibernation patchset against -rc6)
On Wed 2008-03-19 07:42:36, Linus Torvalds wrote:
>
>
> On Wed, 19 Mar 2008, Pavel Machek wrote:
> >
> > > > It will take a while. My .git directory is 7G, and I'd like to do a
> > > > backup before playing with git.
> > >
> > > Ouch, what have you done? It should be about 200MB, not 7GB.
> >
> > And 10 minutes later, .git directory is 200MB. Thanks!
>
> It strikes me that the only way I can think of that you could have gotten
> a 7GB .git directory without really working at it is if you use one of the
> so-called "dumb" git protocols that just copy whole packfiles from
> kernel.org when you pull.
>
> So do you happen to perhaps use http:// or rsync:// when you fetch git
> data? That would not only be horribly slow occasionally (you'd fetch

I was using rsync... should be fixed now. Thanks!

> all-new packs and re-download about 200MB of data when I repack the kernel
> repo on kernel.org, which happens about once or twice every release
> cycle), but it would also explain how it ballooned to 7GB for you (because
> you have all these duplicate packs!).

Well, I thought that it is pulling a bit too much, but I attributed
that to our fast development ;-).

Pavel
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