Thanks for the questions. I will work on getting the answers. And with
respect to your question "how slow is slow?", alas with no hard data to
point to we have been relying on people's experiences. However, like
alluded to in the other replies, it may be Eclipse at fault here.
Thanks, again for the reply
On 11/27/06, Thomas Harold <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Mel Riffe wrote:
> > Howdy Subversion Users,
> > We're currently evaluating Subversion at my workplace and we're finding
> > that checkouts are considerably slower when compared to CVS.
> > Here are some details:
> > - Server OS : Red Hat Linux ES 4
> > - Subversion version : 1.1.4
> > - SVN Server : svnserve
> > - Protocol : svn+ssh
> > - Tunnel : plink
> > - Client OS : Windows XP Pro, SP 2
> > - SVN Client : Subversive Eclipse plugin
> > Can anyone point me to any information I can use to debug this apparent
> > performance bottleneck? Will upgrading to 1.4.2 solve this problem?
> > What other things can I try, look into, etc, before I upgrade (it's
> > already been planned)?
> > Thanks, in advance, for all the help.
> (I suspect you'll need to give a few more details unless there's an
> obvious answer that I don't know about.)
> # of files in a revision?
> # of files in a single directory?
> # of revisions in the repository?
> size of individual revision files?
> size of the overall repository?
> what file system?
> Maybe looking at the output of top/atop during a checkout to see if you
> are CPU or DISK bottlenecked?
> how slow is slow?
Received on Tue Nov 28 16:13:30 2006