Lars Heineken wrote:
> I can confirm those numbers, as we have several clients using Subclipes to manage very large projects (some of them are several gigabytes large).
> Subversion's speed issue on network drives is related to its synchronous, 512 byte wise read/writes through the network. I tried a dozen things to speed this up but no luck. An interesting point though, working on a NFS mounted network drive is a lot faster !
> I think I should finally report this to the subversion developer list, maybe they can do something about that small size of each read/write (only 512 bytes) ?
Thanks Lars - at least I am not alone in this :( - I will have to
approach this matter in a different way then I think. Was trying to
avoid local development as some machines aren't capable of running the
software I require(coldfusion mx7,6.1 & 5). Maybe I should just checkout
files in the morning and then have an automatic commit in the evening.
Received on Sat Jun 4 02:44:43 2005
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