Re: No CVS, No snapshots!! ;=(

Quoting Raja R Harinath (
> Hmm...  Probably all those `cvs -z9's.  `' suggests the use
> of `cvs -z3'.  Apparently -z9 gives logarithmic improvement in
> compression with exponential increase in load (in simpler words, -z9
> causes a large increase in CPU load for marginally better compression).

  I also suggest to make plain tar.gz files of the whole cvs tree with
the CVS subdirs. It allow to avoid the big cost of the first CVS checkout.
And the tar.gz can be compressed with -z9 (it only done once ...).

  Jim it seems that you have only "per subdir" tars right ? What about
generating the full one ?

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