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From <Chidambarathanupillai_Naga...@emc.com>
Subject question on Subverison confguration
Date Tue, 20 Jul 2010 18:10:07 GMT
Hi,
 
I am new to any version control system.
I need to create an environment to test the below.
How do we create multiple repositries on the Sub version system?
How to tag the branch looping 20 times?
Can anyone help me on this.
 
Create a large NFS file system for the source control repository and connect it to the Subversion
system referred to as Rep1.

Create a large NFS file system for a second source control repository and connect it to the
Subversion system referred to as Rep2.

Loop the following 20 times to create a deep Subversion repository for Rep1 and Rep2:

Checkout an old version of the Linux source code (Kernel series 2.6.27.44) and check it into
the Subversion system.

Tag the branch (27.N, where N is 1-20)

Checkout one of the newer version of the Linux source code (Kernel series 2.6.34) and check
it into the Subversion system.

Tag the branch (34.N, where N is 1-20)

Test 1 - Checkout times

>From a server connected to the Subversion server, time how long it takes to do 10 sequential
mainline checkouts from Rep1.  Note the completion times for each checkout. Repeat using Rep2.

Test 2 - Build times

>From 5 different systems talking to the Subversion server, setup private kernel build
areas using Rep1 and another build area using Rep2. 

>From each build server, do a checkout of the kernel source based on 27.N from Rep1 and
build it.  Checkout 34.N and build. Repeat this process 5 times.  Record total times for the
checkouts and builds.

Repeat the above process for Rep2 using the build areas based on private build areas.
 
Thanks and Regards,
Nagaraj Chidambarathanupillai

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