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Re: Import performance with David Kimdon's full-text patch vs vdelta

From: Tom Lord <lord_at_emf.net>
Date: 2004-01-05 07:57:43 CET

> From: Brandon Ehle <azverkan@yahoo.com>

> Mozilla 1.6b source import

> SVN without patch - 158 seconds
> SVN with patch - 139 seconds (1.14x)
> CVS - 10 seconds (15.80x)
> Perforce - failed (exceeded shell parameter limit)
> Arch - failed (exceeded shell parameter limit)

Regarding the `arch' case: excuse me? Are you testing with an old
shell version or something? So far as I know, no version for quite
some time can possibly generate such an error. I'm not even
particularly sure that the shell version would display such problems.

That you got a similar error for perforce lends credence to the
hypothesis that you are reporting a bug in your testing procedure
rather than the tools being tested.

> I've omitted the Perforce and Arch times for the Mozilla
> import because I could not do these operations in a single
> (recursive) call like SVN and CVS (even though I could get
> these times via xargs).



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