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Re: Http bug? - two sets of PROPFIND statements found in packet trace between Tortoise and VisualSVNServer

From: BasementJack <basementjack2_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2008 21:20:28 -0800 (PST)

Completely uninstalled my AV software from both Server and Desktop -
problem solved.
Tortoise is fast as hell so long as NOD32 AV is not installed.

Then installed NOD on just the client and Tortoise slowed to a crawl
so it appears to be interrelated with Tortoise, and AV on the client
machine.
possibly not a network issue at all.
I've opened a ticket with NOD, we'll see where that takes me.

On Nov 4, 9:36 pm, BasementJack <basementja..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Stefan, thanks for the help.
> I did one more experiment.
> on my server, I uninstalled subversion server.
> I then installed the collabnet server that comes with both http and
> svn protocol support.
> lastly, I installed a copy of Tortoise on the server (It is also still
> installed on the workstation)
>
> so here's what I found:
> from the server, using Tortoise with http is lightning fast.
> from the desktop, using Tortoise with http is still slow.
> from the desktop, using Tortoise with SVN: is still fast.
>
> so whatever is up it seems to be network related.
>
> I tried disabling my av and firewall on both client and server but
> that didn't change the results (I may try uninstalling the av next to
> see if it's still doing something when disabled)
>
> On Nov 3, 11:52 am, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > BasementJack wrote:
> > > Stefan,
>
> > >   Virus scanner sounds like a good avenue to look into, I'll need to
> > > try that! I can totally see it mingling with the http traffic.
> > >   I am using eset nod32 AV - are you aware of any issues with this
> > > one?
>
> > >   As for the comment about a missing log attachment and line 1&2, I
> > > was talking about my response table:
> > >   (I can see now that it's not as clear in some newsreaders as it was
> > > when I wrote it due to line wrapping)
>
> > > Test results: (checking out a small 10k project with a handful of
> > > revisions)
>
> > > Line 1:
> > >   F: Tortoise client build 14361 -> VisualSVN server 1.6.1 over http
> > > Slow, double sets of PROPFINDS found in trace. 5-6 seconds
> > > -----------------------------------------------------
> > > Line 2:
> > > F: Tortoise client build 14361 -> VisualSVN server 1.6.1 over https
> > > Slow - did not trace (did not expect to be able to decypher encrypted
> > > https traffic) 5-6 seconds
> > > ----------------------------------------------------
> > > Line 3:
> > > A: Subversion command line client 1.5.3 -> VisualSVN server 1.6.1
> > > over
> > > https: seemed reasonable (<1 second)
> > > ------------------------------------------------------
> > > Line 4:
> > > A+++: Tortoise client build 14361 -> SubversionTigrisServer 1.5.3
> > > over
> > > svn protocol FAST FAST FAST*** (<1 second) ***
>
> > Best guess: the VisualSVN server has SSPI authentication enabled, and
> > that's why it's slow for you: for every connection, it first tries SSPI
> > auth and then (if that doesn't authenticate) falls back to basic auth.
>
> > both the server from tigris and the command line client don't have SSPI
> > compiled in, so that's why those are fast in this situation (you can
> > enable SSPI for the tigris server too, but you have to do that manually
> > and install mod_auth_sspi yourself).
>
> > Stefan
>
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