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Re: Extremely slow merges

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-12-29 23:13:05 CET

Stefan.Fuhrmann@etas.de wrote:
> My config:
> * Server: SVN 1.1.1 on W2k, 3GHz XEON, 2GB RAM, SCSI RAID, NTFS
> * Client: SVN 1.1.1 on XPpro, 2.4GHz Opteron, 2GB RAM, IDE Disk, NTFS

What antivirus software are you running on the client? Can you temporarily
uninstall it (disabling may not be enough) and rerun the test?

The reason I ask is that the hooks that AV software use on Win32 platforms are
very deep into the system. These callbacks have an almost pathelogical effect
on software which creates lots of temporary files then renames them (exactly
what Subversion and for that matter CVSNT both do). Disabling the AV software
merely makes the callbacks return immediately, but still leaves the callback
hooks in place, thus still slowing down the file access.


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Received on Thu Dec 30 14:33:23 2004

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