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Re: svn log --limit not performing

From: John Belmonte <john_at_neggie.net>
Date: 2005-04-30 07:47:41 CEST

Kevin Puetz wrote:
> John Belmonte wrote:
>>Using svn 1.2rc2 with direct file access to a repo, "svn log --limit"
>>does not exhibit the performance characteristic I expected. The only
>>time it works quickly is when I give it the repository root. For
>>example, "svn log --limit 2 file:///myrepo/root" takes 1s, compared to
>>target file:///myrepo/root/foo which takes 35s (the repo is about 5000
>>revs on a slow NFS). Does that make any sense? Using a working copy
>>target is equally slow.
> One obvious suspect is that it's having to scan a lot more revisions to find
> 2 of them that affect /foo. On the root, --limit 2 is the first two
> revisions no matter what; deeper in, it could have to go back a long way.

That's not the case here-- my most recent commits were inside

Can anyone else confirm this behavior?


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