I notice it especially when performing 'browse' operations with tortoise,
which I guess is just svn list.
It takes a few seconds to open a new folder with http, whereas with svn or
svn+ssh it is instantaneous.
Initially transfer rates were very low with http, but they're better now. It
could have been everyone trying to checkout at the same time.
I was just hoping someone could take a look at the apache config and let me
know if there's anything wrong with it.
On Thu, Jun 5, 2008 at 3:30 AM, Ryan Schmidt <
> On Jun 4, 2008, at 09:44, Kallin Nagelberg wrote:
> We recently converted from CVS to SVN at our work, and I'm happy to say it
>> went off without a hitch.
>> The problem we noticed day one was with the speed of HTTP access. We need
>> to use http or svn+ssh to integrate with our LDAP server. svn+ssh is in
>> place now, but it's quite a bit tricker to use (especially with tortoise)
>> and we would prefer to get HTTP working as it should.
>> I found some tips online to tweak the apache settings, and although HTTP
>> is now improved, it is still slow compared to just using svn protocol. I
>> know you can make HTTP fast just by looking at http://
>> svn.codehaus.org/groovy/ .
> Can you be more precise about "slow"? How slow? How fast is svn+ssh access
> by comparison? What svn commands are slow? e.g. are you just talking about
> svn checkout, or also svn update, svn commit, etc.? What OS are you using on
> the client and server? How's the network between them? Any proxy servers?
Received on 2008-06-06 00:46:16 CEST