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Re: Inquiry into issue #572

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-04-04 18:57:24 CEST

On Thu, 2002-04-04 at 09:39, Ben Collins wrote:
> Issue number 572 is biting me in the ass. This is the problem where neon
> times out on large updates because mod_dav_svn takes so long before
> sending down the first chunks of data.

In olden days (like 3 weeks ago), mod_dav_svn would generate the entire
delta, and *then* spool the update response back to the client.

But in r1547, gstein made mod_dav_svn's response a streamy one, so the
client could start parsing the stream in real time.

On IRC, you're running mod_dav_svn r1605, so it's puzzling to me as to
why you're not seeing this benefit.

Unless, of course, something is really wrong with svn_repos_dir_delta(),
or the filesystem itself. Any other hypotheses out there?

> I need this fixed, because of my evil plans.

We want to aid your evil plans, certainly. :-)

Received on Thu Apr 4 18:58:39 2002

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