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Re: Large Repositories - related to Re: Issuezilla #1350 -- update

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-07-11 18:39:38 CEST

"Johnson, Graham" <gjohnson@alpineaccess.com> writes:

> I have SVN 0.25.0 and a ~210MB repository installed on two different
> servers -- a Sun Ultra-250 running Solaris 8, and an AMD Athlon machine
> of unknown speed running Linux. The biggest operation I've tried so far
> in SVN, checking out a directory of ~3000 files, takes ~7 minutes on the
> Sun before the client starts listing the first files being checked out;
> on the AMD it is ~4 minutes. I have my timeout set to 600.

Whoa whoa whoa!

Are you running apache 2.0.47? Because if you are, there should be
*no* delay before the client starts receiving files in a checkout.
Apache's PROPFIND repsonse should start streaming data to the client
immediately now (rather than spending 4-7 minutes building up the
complete list).

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Received on Fri Jul 11 18:41:35 2003

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