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Re: Speed up consecutive operations

From: Dan Christian <dchristian_at_google.com>
Date: 2007-10-22 19:42:19 CEST

What access protocol are you using?

DAV-neon is slowest, SVN is fastest, DAV-serf is in between.
Encryption slows things down even more.

How big are the queries?

Large file and directories counts will reduce performance.

-Dan C

On 10/22/07, Matthias Junker <matthias.junker@students.unibe.ch> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> i'm working on a client for subversion, which builds a model of a
> repository in smalltalk. for now i'm just accessing the client api. but
> the problem is, that i need to call read only commands like ls,diff,etc
> very often in a row. of course i use the same ctx and pool for all these
> operations, but they are still very slow (like 1-2s per operation). now
> my question: would i have to use the repository access layer directly to
> speed up consecutive operations (by using the same session over and over
> again?), or is there a way to do this using the client api? Or did i get
> it all wrong? i would be really glad for any kind of hint, because i
> just started developing with subversion and it's hard for me to estimate
> the effort for this.
>
> Cheers,
> Matt

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