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Re: CheckOut performance question

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-01-10 14:24:15 CET

Marc Haesen <marc.haesen@telindus.com> writes:

> I have a small repository containing 45 files in 185 dirs.
> When I do a check-out using the apache server in windows 2000 it takes about
> 69 seconds.
> If a map the repository as a network drive and then do a check out using a
> file:/// url it takes about 6 seconds which is 10 times faster.
> Is this normal behaviour or should I change some settings in the apache
> server?

Well, I wouldn't go bragging about this difference in timings to
anyone, but I don't think it's cause for alarm either.

In one case, your svn client is directly sucking bytes from BDB files
and then writing them out again; in the 2nd case, you've got a
complex dance of network requests and turnarounds happening. with bytes
being pushed over a TCP socket.

So no surprises... but then again, I bet there's still room for
improvement here somehow.

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