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svn log -v in v.1.2.0 much slower than in v1.1.4

From: Ronny Voelker <Ronny.voelker_at_elaxy.com>
Date: 2005-06-07 16:21:48 CEST


when I was testing svn 1.2.0 I found, that svn log -v is much slower compared to
the same command in svn 1.1.4, if its used on a repository containing revisions
with a large number of changed paths.

If this is related to the revisions r14116+r14722+r14759, which are mentioned in
the releasenotes for svn 1.2.0, then ignore the rest of the mail ;) .

Otherwise here are my test specs:

      svn log -v >/dev/null
   Subversion Packages:
      fs type: fsfs
      db size:
        736 mb
      27000 files
       9000 directories
          9 revisions
          5 revisions with >20000 changed paths
      WindowsXP SP2
      (with SVNPathAuthz off)

And here the test results:

   Access method file:///
      Version Duration
      1.1.4 5.1s
      1.2.0 133.5s
   Access method svn://
      Server Version 1.1.4
      Client Version Duration
      1.1.4 5.4s
      1.2.0 5.5s
      Server Version 1.2.0
      Client Version Duration
      1.1.4: 135.1s
      1.2.0: 138.5s
   Access method http://
      Server Version 1.1.4
      Client Version Duration
      1.1.4 5.6s
      1.2.0 5.7s
      Server Version 1.2.0
      Client Version Duration
      1.1.4: 141.1s
      1.2.0: 140.9s

Svn log without the -v option is still fast, but the log dialog of TortoiseSVN
is calling the svn api in the same way as svn log -v does.
So TortoiseSVN is just unusable, if my test repository is hosted by a svn 1.2.0

Is there a way to accelerate svn log -v in 1.2.0?


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