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Re: Why is subversion so slow?

From: Thomas Lohmueller <t.lohmueller_at_caresys.ch>
Date: 2003-04-09 14:32:23 CEST

svnserve is mich faster...

28 seconds for this project but as slow as dav over a 64kb isdn-line. Probably
an ssh tunnel with compression turned on will fix that.

Many thanks for your help.

It would be realy nice to use apache as svn-server but it's too slow for
everyday use. Svnserve over ssh is a good solution for me.

btw. subversion is great.... I love the move and copy-feature.

On Tuesday 08 April 2003 22:31, you wrote:
> Thomas Lohmueller <t.lohmueller@caresys.ch> writes:
> > 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.
> That's a pretty incredible difference, yeah.
> Can you set up `svnserve' and do a checkout over ra_svn, to compare?
> -K

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