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

From: D.J. Heap <djheap_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-15 23:26:45 CET

On 11/15/05, Steve Johnson <steve@equilibrium.com> wrote:
> I'm using http over a hardware vpn. I haven't tried other protocols since I
> don't have either of the others set up. I assume that https could only make
> things worse.
>
> Pings are 30-60ms. I've got a 6Mbit/800Kbit DSL line (client) coming in to
> a 1500Kbit/1500Kbit T1 (server). I'm running a Cygwin on Win XP client and
> a Red Hat ES3 Server with a fairly up to date Apache and Svn mod. Both
> boxes are plenty beefy for the task. I believe I've seen similar speed
> issues on my Mac client as well.
>
> I'm very proud of my network connection in general. I don't really have any
> other network latency mysteries at the moment. I often use X11 over my
> connection, and that works very well (a notorious bandwidth hog I
> understand).
>
> It sure would be nice to find out that I have something set up wrong and
> could get better speed out of the system. Any ideas?
>
> Steve

Isn't each individual checkout or update operation subject to the ~1
second timestamp-sleep? If you are essentially doing 3
checkouts/updates/switches then you might be hitting that limitation
of the working copy library, not any network issues. You could run an
Ethereal trace or something to help narrow in on where all the time is
spent.

Sorry, I haven't been following the thread too closely, but after
quickly reading through it, it sounded like that may be what is
happening...if not, just ignore me.

DJ

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