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Re: Very slow SVN performance

From: Matt Sickler <crazyfordynamite_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-02-20 14:25:50 CET

its probably the filesystem on the checkout computer that cant keep up
what OS and filesystem are you checking out with / to ?

On 2/20/07, Taylor, Richard <rtaylor@t-tales.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> Our current server set-up is SVN 1.3.1 using Apache/2.0.52 using windows
> clients with svn 1.4.3. We experience very slow checkout/update times. To
> check out an 9gb repository consisting of mainly large files 300-500mb in
> size it takes approx 3 hours. To directly copy this data from the save
> server it takes approx 12 minutes. Using Filemon it can be seen that svn
> is
> writing the files in 1/2k chunks which would go some way to explaining the
> poor checkout speed.
>
> Is this the expected performance of svn ? Which set-up gives the better
> performance Apache or svnserve ?
>
> Thanks
> Rich
>
> ---------------
> Richard Taylor
> Game Systems Lead
>
> Travellers Tales (UK) Ltd.
> email : rtaylor@t-tales.com
> web : http://www.t-tales.com
>
>
>
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Received on Tue Feb 20 14:26:24 2007

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