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Re: Apache performance issues

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-05-27 16:12:14 CEST

Try adding the directive:

SVNPathAuthz Off

To your <Location> directive. If you do not already have that directive
specified, that should make it run a bit faster.

Google SVNPathAuthz for details.

Mark

"guillaume.perrotte" <guillaume.perrotte@actia.fr> wrote on 05/27/2005
10:02:04 AM:

> Hi,
>
> I'm currently using subversion 1.1.1 on my projects, running under
svnserve
> protocol. Everything is going pretty well and I'm quite happy of the
performances.
>
> Unfortunately, i tried to turn to the Apache configuration and i've been
very
> surprised by the 'svn list -R' command. While it took approximately 3 to
5
> seconds with the svnserve protocol to get the list of my repository (10
Mo /
> 2000 files with a lot of directories), it now takes 6 to 7 minutes with
the
> http protocol !!
>
> Have you ever been confronted to the issue ? Is there any solution or
> paramters to set up ?
> I've tried to upgrade to 1.2.0 but it does not seem to be better...
>
> Thanks for your advices,
> Guillaume

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