Crucible File Diff function gives an error comparing revisions of a svn file (2.6Mb):
"(Filename) is too large to show a diff"
Is the default max filesize a configurable setting? If so, where is that value set?
If you use Subversion you can adjust the size of what files are diff'ed by setting the Fisheye Maximum Indexable File Size to something smaller than the default 5mb. The setting notes that "in Subversion repositories, files larger than this size will not have their contents or diffs displayed in the Fisheye or Crucible user interface...". However, changing the default won't back-fill existing data, you have to reindex.
Administration | Repository Settings | Defaults | Other Settings. See: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHEYE036/Text+file+size+limiting
That said, Crucible may have some other built-in limit limitation on allowable file/diff size for reviews, but if it does it's not a configurable setting I've ever found.
Not sure I understand the question. By default, Fisheye will only index files that are 5mb or smaller, and it skips anything larger than that. So indexing works, it just works selectively.
If you want text files larger than that to be indexed so you can view/search/diff them, you'll need to set it to a larger value (i.e. 10mb). You don't want to set it too high, or you will adversely affect performance/resource usage.
If you set it to smaller than 5mb, fewer files will be indexed. Presumably if you set it to 0mb, no files will be indexed.
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