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Re: Very basic traffic measurement for svnserve?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-26 17:28:35 CET

On Feb 26, 2005, at 6:43 AM, Daniel Kastenholz wrote:
> Any architecture- or style-related suggestions, remarks, hints... ?

I would very much like to see svnserve grow the equivalent of apache's
"accesslog" and "errorlog". Many users have been asking for this. I
don't imagine it would be tremendously difficult to do, but nobody's
had time to do it yet.

By the way, the svnserve protocol is documented here in the
libsvn_ra_svn/ dir:


...so I'd use that -- as well as svn_ra.h -- as your guidelines to
understanding what's going on in terms of client/server requests. I'd
not only like to see a traffic counter being logged for each
connection, but also each 'command' sent by the client being logged in
an accesslog. And svnserve errors written to errorlog.

If you have time to work on this, that's great. Be sure to read
HACKING to understand how to submit patches for review. And be sure to
work against svn's latest /trunk code, not some released tarball.

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