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Performance Question

From: Mark Watts <mwatts3_at_stny.rr.com>
Date: 2003-06-16 18:33:12 CEST

After last weeks help I was able to successfully put my repository on a
remote machine using both Apache and svnserver.

However, I have had the following issues:
* Apache would freeze up during checkout on Windows. I believe that this is
a known issue seems to be related to memory use issues and I am waiting for
0.24 which I "think" will address at least some of these issues
* Because of the problems with Apache I moved to svn server as was, except
for the obvious lack of security very pleased with it. Until I ran the

C:\svn diff -r 142:167 svn://svnrepos/trunk/proj1 > mdiff.txt

I was running this prior to a merge to determine what would be included in
the merge. The operation never completed. I let it run for more than 10
minutes. During the run repeated checks on the server indicated that
svnserve was using very little if any cpu time and memory (2Megs). I
finally killed the process (client svn and svnserve) and tried again. Same
result. As I have to do the merge I moved the repository local to my
computer and did the following

C:\svn diff -r 142:167 file:///c:/svn/repos/trunk/proj1 > mdiff.txt

The result returned in approx 3 seconds with a 25,000 line diff file.

Any ideas?


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Received on Mon Jun 16 18:34:14 2003

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