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Re: Why is subversion so slow?

From: Christian Daudt <csd_ob_at_daudt.org>
Date: 2003-04-08 23:37:43 CEST

Look at your memory consumption if you're using it via http - swapping might
explain the difference. httpd still grows to many hundreds of megabytes
regularly when I'm using it (my simple solution was: install more memory ;-)

 csd

On Tuesday 08 April 2003 13:42, Thomas Lohmueller wrote:
> Hi,
>
> We have changed our repos (cvs-directory was about 20mb) from cvs to svn a
> few days ago.
>
> Subversion is much slower than cvs.
>
> Checkout of 1800kb-Project (370 files)
>
> svn: 2m6.457s
> cvs: 0m2.872s
>
> Server is a P3/800MHz with 600MB RAM. Client P3/1.2GHz 512MB RAM. Connected
> with switched 100MB-LAN.
>
> We use subversion 0.20.1 / mod_dav_svn / apache-2.0.45.
>
> I searched for some tips in the mailing-list-archive but couldn't find
> anything about speed.
>
> The slow commands are: checkout, commit, update.
>
> What could be the problem?
> Please excuse the bad english.
>
> Thanks for your help.
>
> cu
> Thomas Lohmüller
>
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