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Is it possible to reduce the number of change sets scanned each time during re-indexing?

Daisuke Niwa Apr 10, 2012

Hi there,

Currently, FishEye scans 400 change sets at each time during re-indexing as below.

2012-04-09 00:12:56,541 INFO [InitialPinger1] fisheye.app SvnRepositoryScanner- slurpRevisionBlock - Slurping from 7526 to 7925

2012-04-10 09:33:46,134 INFO [InitialPinger1] fisheye.app SvnRepositoryScanner- slurpRevisionBlock - Slurping from 7926 to 8325

Is it possible to reduce the number to, say, 300 or 200?

The background of this question is when an error occurs during scanning, FishEye goes back to the initial change set of the block, therefore we would like to reduce the number of "lossed" change sets.

We appreciate your input.

Regards,

Daisuke Niwa

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This is controlled by the Block Size setting.
In the Repositories list, click on the SVN repo name, SCM Details, and you'll see the Block Size listed under SVN Options.
Don't forget to Save after you made a change.
When the field is empty it defaults to 400.

If you add a new repository you can set the Block Size straight away, it's shown when you click "Show advanced settings".

Daisuke Niwa Apr 11, 2012

Thanks Rene,

Helps us a lot.

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