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Fabien is an Openstack Developer at eNovance. His main interests are Object Storage Swift and Functional testing suite of Openstack Tempest. He also have a strong interest on OpenSource since 10 years. At his spare time he like practice tennis.

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  1. stp
    stp at | | Reply

    What are the new metrics you got? More files possible in a git repo? More commits, before it slows down? Binary files still an issue? General fetch and push activity faster?

    Some benchmarks would be awesome.
    Something similar was done by deveo it seems. They use libgit2 and go for a nosql database as backend so.
    https://deveo.com/blog/2013/06/19/your-git-repository-in-a-database-pluggable-backends-in-libgit2/

  2. Paul Luse
    Paul Luse at | | Reply

    What are the implications of eventual consistency on using Swift as a back end for source control?

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