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Re: Fixing "checkout -N"? (possible contracting gig)

From: Steve Johnson <steve_at_Equilibrium.com>
Date: 2005-11-14 17:59:41 CET

My experience is that the "checkout -N" is taking much longer than the
"list". I have a test tree that has three empty files at each node, so it
shouldn't be a question of actually having to transfer data...there isn't
any. At T1 speed, doing a "checkout -N" on a directory with the three empty
test files and two subdirectories is taking like 3 seconds. The list takes
maybe 1/2 a second.

Steve

On 11/14/05 8:23 AM, "Carsten Koch" <Carsten.Koch@icem.com> wrote:
> Steve Johnson wrote:
> ...
>> The problem with this is that it's REALLY SLOW when done over WAN
>> connections. The individual "checkout -N" operations take much longer than
>> they should. This, along with doing a "list" on each directory, eats up
>> much of the savings over checking out the whole tree to begin with.
>
> svn list is about a factor 100 slower than it could be.
> Check out the "svn list -R of medium-size repository takes 10 hours."
> thread
> http://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2005-08/0701.shtml
>
> Jean-Marc Godbout has started fixing this, but I believe his first
> patch about this issue
> http://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2005-09/0009.shtml
> is still in code review.
>
> Carsten.
>
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