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RE: Why is subversion so slow?

From: <dimentiy_at_dimentiy.info>
Date: 2003-04-09 14:42:34 CEST

Hello Christian, you wrote:

> 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 ;-)


I'm running apache-2.0.44 + mod_dav_svn (from svn-0.20 package) on WinXP
Apache's memory usage _never_ exceeds 15-20 Mb. What "hundreds of megabytes"
do you mean? :-)

About speed... yes, svn's checkout operation is slow :(
But "svn update" command, for example - much faster.

At first glance , svn's slowdown corresponds to download/upload _files_, not

WBR, Dmitriy Popkov
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