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Re: Performance issues versus CVS

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-15 18:46:55 CEST

On Thu, 2004-04-15 at 11:32, Keven Ring wrote:

> Has anyone seen performance issues such as these?

Keven actually mailed me privately about this stuff, before I asked him
to post this mail to the dev list. My comments were:

  * Hm, this looks like what we saw last summer, before we did the huge
speed improvements in the fall. But after the improvements, checkouts
were very, very close in speed to CVS. (Did anyone notice that since
the 1.0 release, we've had no speed complaints? That's a big deal in my

  * I would expect svn imports to be slower than cvs, if only because
the client *and* server are both doing compression. A fairer test might
be to run 'cvs -z9'. But imports are generally one-time things, so the
checkout/update timings are much important, I think.

  * Is anyone else seeing this sort of slowness? Might there be
something specific about Keven's setup that's causing this?

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