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Re: Philip, is issue #1556 easy for you?

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2003-11-11 01:46:44 CET

kfogel@collab.net writes:

> Philip Martin <philip@codematters.co.uk> writes:
>> time I measure (2500 directories in 5 seconds). Is this a Windows
>> difference? Or much slower disks? Or is it something other than the
>> unlocking code causing the delay?
> Probably much slower disk (Ben's notebook is famous for that).

I tried my old laptop and it is indeed much slower. As far as I can
tell there are interactions with the way the OS buffers and flushes
its disk cache. Things are much faster if the unlocking can complete
before the locking gets flushed, although I think there is still
directory data that needs to get written. It may well depend on which
filesystem is being used, my laptop uses ext3 and my workstation uses

>> I'm not sure what you want the feedback to look like, just one single
>> "please wait" message? Is that just a single notify call added to
>> svn_client_update()? I'm guessing you don't want a notify call for
>> each directory unlocked.
> Oh -- just one single "please wait" message was what I was thinking
> (sorry if my previous mail's example didn't make that clear).

That will mean a additional line in the output, and the way I use
Subversion it will mean that I get a "please wait" message immediately
before the command exits. Is this new output really necessary? It's
not really an improvement in every case.

Philip Martin
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Received on Tue Nov 11 01:47:28 2003

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