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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 13:46:10 CEST

John Peacock wrote:
> Simon Large wrote:
>> Windows network share access may be slow, but not _that_ slow.
>
> Oh yes it is! Windows filesystem [in general] degrades very badly
> with the
> number of files involved; BDB works better than FSFS in this respect
> since there
> are many more [small] files used in FSFS than the few [large] files
> in BDB. But
> that being said, I don't know why 1.1.4 -> 1.2 should make that much
> difference...

Yes, but ... 5 minutes to get the log for 1800 files in 127 revisions?
That's a pretty small repository. Apparently r1 was a one-hit import,
and according to filemon there were > 600,000 accesses to
Repository\db\revs\1 while fetching the log messages. Why so many
accesses?

BDB won't work here as it is accessed over a network share.

Simon

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