On Sat, Apr 07, 2001 at 10:31:00PM -0700, Bob Miller wrote:
> Jim Blandy wrote:
> > Red Hat has an office in the UK which frequently does work on a
> > repository served from California. Certainly Subversion's improved
> > network usage will help in some cases, but I think having a read-only
> > cache of the repo --- perhaps one that actively watched for and
> > downloaded commits from the master repo, to reduce first-request
> > latency --- on their office LAN would still make a big difference to
> > them.
> One of the points Greg (Stein) made at the SVLUG talk is that if you
> want read-only replication, you can use a squid proxy cache.
Yeah, Apache/mod_proxy as a caching reverse proxy is even easier (it
looks like a normal server but actually forwards the requests back to
some other server when necessary).
Both of these are only ever going to cache content (i.e. GET requests);
PROPFIND requests are not cacheable, so every checkout is still going to
have to go back to the origin server (indirectly).
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