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Re: Every now and then, some good news...

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2003-11-18 22:51:01 CET

What difference would the 0.33.1 release make on these times if 0.33.1 is a
performance fix?


> Last night, before svn.collab.net got upgraded to 0.33, I timed a few
> checkouts of the Subversion trunk to my home machine. My DSL line
> averages 77ms latency, which I think is fairly standard (?) for home
> DSL in the USA at least.
> Today both svn.collab.net and my home client got upgraded to
> Subversion 0.33, with its improved checkout and update speeds, and I
> re-timed the checkouts.
> Here are the results, averaged (but there was almost no spread):
> SVN 0.32.1 SVN 0.33
> ---------- ----------
> 4m:40s 1m:48s
> This was only over ra_dav, but I believe ra_svn would show a similar
> improvement.
> Dang!
> -Karl

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