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From Forest Handford <foresthandf...@gmail.com>
Subject fsfs-stats Executable
Date Fri, 04 Oct 2013 13:17:03 GMT
I saw a presentation called "Benchmarking Subversion" by Stefan Fuhrmann at
Subversion and Git LIVE 2013 (in Boston).  He demonstrated administrator
use of both fsfs-stats and svn-bench. I specifically want to use fsfs-stats
in order to see what files and revisions are taking the most space within a
repository. With this information I can discover if committers are
including things they shouldn't (like binaries). We currently have
CollabNet 4.0.0 (svn server 1.8.0).  Subversion Edge has some good over-all
statistics, but nothing that helps me determine what is taking the most
space.  I tried downloading the WANDisco server on my laptop hoping to copy
fsfs-stats.exe from my laptio to the server we run CollabNet on, but I
couldn't find it in the install.  There doesn't appear to be a place to
download a 64-bit Windows compiled version of fsfs-stats.exe.  I found the
source code, and could probably install a compiler to get an executable,
but is there some way I could just get the executable?  Please?  Pretty
please?

Namaste,
Forest

PS: I've also asked
CollabNet<http://subversion.open.collab.net/ds/viewMessage.do?dsForumId=3&dsMessageId=501883>to
consider adding fsfs-stats to their install.

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