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Re: svn stability problems

From: <niemeyer_at_conectiva.com>
Date: 2003-01-22 18:53:55 CET

 may i ask some additional questions?


 - do you use it via file:// or http(s)://?


 - do you use it with access control?

Yes, apache control for read/write and svnperms.py as a hook.

 - what would svn ls -R https://.../ ? wc give?
   i.e. is it more in the 3000 region, or more
   in the 20000 region?

I can't give you a precise answer here, since svn core dumps without
memory. Given the repository structure (documented in the homepage),
it should easily surpass 100000 entries.

 - how big is a typical working copy
   ls -1R | wc
   (when do you start to think it is too slow)

Please, have in mind that this is not a common repository, where
everyone always checkout similar stuff. We have more than 1400 packages
which have different contents, ranging from a few kb, to more than
100MB, so the typical working copy is one of these packages. I don't
know how many entries are checked out each time either, but should
range between 2 and 500, I think.

 btw, the svn ls -R https://.../svnrep seems
 to be strange. i did a ^c after 5 minutes waiting ...
 it seems to collect all the data in an interestingly
 slow way and then send it all at once.

Indeed. That's why it failed here.

Gustavo Niemeyer
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