On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 09:43:50AM +0200, Dirkjan Ochtman wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 09:34, Robin H. Johnson <email@example.com> wrote:
> > For comparison, what would the overhead costs of hg be above?
> Mercurial would be about O(f + d + 10r).
> But wouldn't the real git inode space be O(35r) directly after
> repacking, but grow O(rev) until the next repack?
Correct, I explicitly noted "bare minimum number of inodes" for that
Git's more common case is:
O(35r + 2c)
where 'c' is the number of unpacked objects. The default repack kicks in
around 6700 unpacked objects (where an object is a commit, tree, or file
blob, and every commit has at least 3 objects). So it would be an extra
27MiB worth of inodes until the repack kicks in.
I'm also leaving out the fact that there might be a couple of pack
files. In these cases, the base notation I've noted gives a good idea of
the minimum number of inodes consumed as overhead.
Robin Hugh Johnson
Gentoo Linux: Developer, Trustee & Infrastructure Lead
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