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RE: Scalability & Performance charts

From: Wadsworth, Eric (Contractor) <wadswore_at_fhu.disa.mil>
Date: 2003-10-14 21:46:13 CEST

Ah, I see. So, you're comparing the shapes of the curves, rather than the
location of the curves on the Y axis. In that case, perhaps a graph of the
derivities would make sense? I'm not a statistics guy, though. ;)

--- Eric

> --- "Wadsworth, Eric (Contractor)" <wadswore@fhu.disa.mil> wrote:
> > It looks to me like svn doesn't perform very fast compared
> to CVS and
> > Perforce. Takes longer. Is this interpretation correct?
> Note that these are the results for LAN / localhost operation
> where filesystem, CPU and memory is
> the bottleneck. Subversion could easily be slaughtering CVS
> and P4 over slower network
> connections.
> I'll try to add some results that compare performance over
> slower network connections, but I'm not
> really out to prove that Subversion is slower or faster than
> CVS / P4. I'm mainly interested in
> charting the trendlines of the three version control systems
> as their datasets increase to find
> out how each system scales relative to the others.
> Also, alot of the P4 vs SVN comparisons are apples vs
> oranges, so comparing the results between
> them doesn't make sense unless you are familiar with the
> differences between these two systems.

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