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Re: svn_client_proplist slow to get all of one dir

From: Folker Schamel <schamel23_at_spinor.com>
Date: 2004-11-01 02:52:19 CET

Julian Foad wrote:
> Folker Schamel wrote:
>> I'm not running a AV software on my computer.
>> But on windows its still very slow:
>> - You start a commit (two or so files changes)
>> - you wait for several minutes (wc inspection, locking)
> That is far too long for normal situations. What software are you using
> - svn version, and other software like TortoiseSVN? How big is your
> working copy - how many files and directories (roughly)?

(probably "very slow" was overstated, sorry)

svn 1.1.1; tsvn 1.1.1.

For example, operating on a tree having 6950 versioned files
in 950 versioned directories, three or so smaller files modified:

command-line svn status, first time:
4 minutes, 7 seconds.
the same the second time (data in file cache):
only 7 seconds.

tsvn open commit dialog, delay until list of modified files appears:
2 minutes, 25 seconds.
the same the second time (data in file cache):
12 seconds.

Unfortunately some normal work like making an incremental
visual studio build typically more or less destroys
the cache coherence.

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