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Re: svn log speed

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-06-09 14:47:06 CEST

"Dave Rodgman" <Dave.Rodgman@arm.com> wrote on 06/09/2005 08:41:39 AM:

> It's previously come up (see below for links) that svn log has to do a
> lot of authorization checking, particularly if there happens to be a
> revision in which a large number of files are touched. (This is because
> the log exposes the paths of all files changed in these revisions, and
> so it checks to make sure the user is authorised to see the fact that
> certain files changed).
> The result for me is that on one test repository (running on svn 1.2
> server with fsfs backend), doing svn log takes about 3:40 over apache,
> but 20s over file:// (to skip authorization).

Have you tried this yet?



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