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Re: slow status

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-10-08 01:57:17 CEST

On Oct 7, 2004, at 5:37 PM, John Williams wrote:

> I am trying to put a large website project into subversion-1.1.0.
> fsfs is a big improvement, but there are still scalability problems.
> Here is an especially obvious one.
> $ date; svn status newsite.html ; date
> Thu Oct 7 16:28:23 MDT 2004
> Thu Oct 7 16:30:34 MDT 2004
> 2 minutes(!) for an svn status command on a single file.
> I am using svnserve, but that doesn't matter.
> An strace on the process shows that svn status is reading *every*
> .svn/format and .svn/entries file in the entire project, starting at .
> (the current directory), even though I only asked for the status of a
> single regular file.

What the...??

I can confirm this too. When I run an OSX 'ktrace' on

   $ svn status subversion/libsvn_fs_base/bdb/dbt.c

Then I only see the bdb/.svn/entries file being opened.

But when I run

   $ svn status README

...I see every .svn/entries the entire tree being opened.

Developer-folk, is this expected?

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