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Re: SVN 0.21 is suddenly very slow

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-02 04:10:08 CEST

John Goerzen <jgoerzen@complete.org> writes:

> We've been seeing many locking-related problems. The symtomps I've
> noticed are very slow checkouts (say, one file every two minutes
> instead of half a dozen per second) and completely blocked updates,
> etc. Restarting Apache seems to temporarily fix things.
> stracing the stuck process, be it apache or svnserve, shows it doing
> one select after another, once per second, with no other activity.

This is absolutely mysterious.... on my FreeBSD development machine, I
have httpd-2.0.45 installed locally, a local copy of the svn
repository, and the latest (0.22+) svn client/server code installed.
When I checkout via http://localhost, it's the same speed as always --
several files per second.

> Unfortunately, there are a lot of variables. The repository is on an
> IA64 machine; it's running Debian woody; and the last time I had it up
> on my system was under Subversion 0.20. So it's hard to point to any
> one thing as the smoking gun. We have more of a dense cloud of smoke.

Yes, we need to pin down exactly what's causing this.

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