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Re: permanent solution for deltification problem (issue #1601)

From: Mike Mason <mgm_at_thoughtworks.net>
Date: 2003-12-03 11:44:55 CET

Greg Hudson wrote:

>>Yes, but the difference in the constant factor between synchronous and
>>asynchronous deltification can be enormous, and at 30 seconds vs. 10
>>minutes, the "it's allways O(n)" argument won't make anyone happier.
>I've been committing to the Subversion repository for a good long time
>now, and I have noticed nothing like an eleven-fold delay at the end of
>a commit. Have either of you guys collected any data?

I do commits against an 8,000 file repository, changing maybe 300 files,
over a lan, and the (deltification) delay after it's finished printing
little network progress dots can be 2 or 3 minutes, which is roughly 4
or 5 times the time taken to transmit network data. The "think time"
before starting to transmit is also quite large, but that's all on the
client and with a big repository is to be expected.


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