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RE: performance enhancement by working copy svn server

From: Harvey, Edward <Edward.Harvey_at_patni.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 14:54:45 -0400

> Just as a data point:
>
> I work with a 6 Gig working copy (14 Gig repository) and can
> do status and commit and update operations in seconds on Win
> XP SP2 with 2 Gig of RAM and NTFS.

Another data point:

I have a location with 20 users on a few machines. At any given time, there are some compute crunching jobs running, which means that the memory cached copy of generally idle .svn directories quickly swap out. Users typically update 1-3 times a day each. Their working copies are 2.1G including .svn dirs, and 43,000 files not counting .svn dirs. Each time they svn up, it takes 7-12 minutes. But if they immediately re-run the svn up, it taked 30-40 seconds. Unfortunately a few hours or a day later, svn up will again require 7-12 minutes.

Files are on local raid-5 disk, with caching controller cards, RHEL 4u5.

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