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Re: Speeding up mod_dav_svn

From: Glenn A. Thompson <gthompson_at_cdr.net>
Date: 2003-06-11 09:19:52 CEST


Greg Hudson wrote:

>On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 02:18, Glenn A. Thompson wrote:
>>Where I got confused is: I was under the impression (falsely I assume)
>>that the uuid came across
>>from the client to the server in every request.
>That can't be right. For an initial checkout, the client has no idea
>what the repository's uuid is.
I did say (falsely I assume) :-)
And I'm not advocating it's use. At this point, I'm just trying to
figure out what it's currently used for.

>>I went and looked at mod_dav_svn and I see clearly that using the
>>repository path as the key makes sense.
>Did you see my objection that multiple paths could yield the same
Whoops! I found it in my trash. Sorry. I'm not sure how I did that.

Provided we use "fs_path" after the SVNParentPath logic, I don't see how
any Apache config directives could cause problems.
I do see the symlinks issue. But all that means is that we would have
two repos objects for the same repos. It's a waste but it doesn't hurt
anything. It would have to be two different paths on the same
connection to have an impact.


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