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svnadmin recover performance on win2k, ver 0.24.2

From: Cedric Williams <CedWilli_at_tceq.state.tx.us>
Date: 2003-07-15 19:47:53 CEST

  I'm running svnadmin recover on a repository stored on my system. I've been using file:/// as the URL for ci and co - both have worked fine. I had some hardware problems yesterday which I though might have affected a commit, so I'm running recover to make sure that all is kosher. I got the message that it was acquiring the exclusive lock on the db, and that it is running, please stand by... However, svnadmin is only taking 2-6% of the CPU cycles while it works - hardly more than any of the "background" tasks. I'll upgrade to 0.25 as soon as I can get the hardware stable again, but for now I'm stuck with what I've got.

Question 1: Is this unusual? (can't find any info one way or the other, though I can't say that I've memorized the book :)

Question 2: Is there anything that I can do (I'm not allowed to install Linux) to improve the performance?

Question 2: Can recover be safely interrupted to implement answers to #2?

Thanks much,

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