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Re: Why is subversion so slow?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-04-09 22:30:16 CEST

Thomas Lohmueller <thomas@lohmueller.ch> writes:

> I also think that.... Checkout of same projact as in my first
> mail. This time over a slow line (~64kb/s)
> svn: 6m33.164s (over http)
> svn: 5m19.210s (ra_svn over compressed ssh-connection)
> cvs: 1m1.027s (over compressed ssh-connection)
> svn over http should be also compressed. neon and svn are
> both linked against
> libz.
> The problem is neither client nor server disk-io. It looks like subversion
> sends much more data over the wire.

How do you make that conclusion? I have always believed, and still
believe, that the culprit is libsvn_wc doing way too many disk-i/o

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