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Re: Which Berkeley version to use? NOT 4.1.x!!!

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2003-06-05 17:02:48 CEST

David Waite wrote:
> Not saying whether or not 4.1.x is this much slower or not, but this
> doesn't seem like a very fair test - 0.22 vs 0.23, 128 MB vs 512 MB.

I did want to add that caveat as a possible factor, but low memory shouldn't
cause extra logging, should it? The system was pretty much unloaded other than
this import, so any thrashing was just the svn server processes themselves.

I'm getting fairly good at recompiling Apache/apr/neon/subversion ;~), so if you
_really_ want, I can try and do an apples-to-apples test next week. I'll have
to tweak apc2svn slightly to delete the log files at intervals to keep myself
from running out of disk.


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