Michal Čihař - Make your software scalable!

Make your software scalable!

Okay, I finally give up with SubStats. It is software that might be useful for repository with few commits, but definitely not suitable for phpMyAdmin:

  1. You can not make graph for more than 1000 revisions of phpMyAdmin, it crashes because "stack is too low".
  2. Generated SVG make most browsers really busy as it contains too much points and they usually render it few minutes.
  3. I managed to analyse about 5000 revisions, but it now requires about 800 MiB of memory.

So I have unusable graphs of 1/10 of repository and analysed data for 1/2 of repository where I can not continue.

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