Re: CVS Limits
> In article <04cc01c70e21$b0561690$6400a8c0@tomsk> you write:
>>I have a CVS repository (hosted on Debian Sarge 3.1), and one of the
>>directories has grown in size from a few thousand files, to over 11,000.
>>The result of this is, if a wide ranging change is made, the CVS client
>>throws a fit and errors with a protocol error - too many parameters.
>>This may not be the place to ask, but does anyone know what the actual
>>is? And is it per repository, or on a directory-wide basis?
>>I guess if it's a directory limit, I can arrange to have the files
>>segregated - but I am not the only user of the repository so that'd have
>>be agreed internally.
> There's an internal limit of 10,000 files that can be modified at
> once, which I believe is on a per-repo basis.
Is that a cvs-pserver.conf entry? or in the CVSROOT files?
- CVS Limits
- From: "Pete Clarke" <email@example.com>
- Re: CVS Limits
- From: Steve McIntyre <firstname.lastname@example.org>