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

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2005-06-08 13:07:21 CEST

Ronny Voelker wrote:
> 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.
> And here the test results:
> Access method file:///
> Version Duration
> 1.1.4 5.1s
> 1.2.0 133.5s

We have just received this report on the TSVN list as well. Seems that
file:// access to FSFS is problematic in 1.2.0

jwhitby@bankofny.com wrote:
> I have a FSFS repository with 127 revisions in it with 1800 files
> under version control.
> The repository resides on a network share.
> The working copy resides on a network share.
> The working copy is accessed via a subst drive letter.
> All access is via File:
> Using TortoiseSVN ver 1.2.0 Build 3614
> If I right click on a file (a.txt) in a working copy in the right hand
> window of explorer and select "show log", as expected the
> "LogMessages"
> dialog box comes up as normal. The progress bar at the bottom of the
> dialog moves very slowly stalling often. After 5 minutes the crawling
> stops and all the logs are displayed.

In a subsequent email, he tried svn log -v and got a similar result.

Windows network share access may be slow, but not _that_ slow.


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