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Re: export, checkout, commit performance

From: Sebastian Tusk <sebastian.tusk_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-03-08 13:09:05 CET

Julian Foad wrote:
> Sebastian Tusk wrote:
>> I did some tests with a repository that contains a single file sized
>> 686 MB. I used the svn client version 1.3.0 on a windows machine.
>> svn commit 1587s
>> svn export 136s
>> svn co 395s
>> To me this figures appeared way to high.
> You're right: these figures do appear to be too high, at least for
> commit and checkout. I don't suppose it is that slow on all set-ups, so
> it might help one of us to investigate the problem if you could you give
> some more details about the system:
> Subversion client:
> * Subversion v1.3.0
> * running on what version of MS Windows?
> * what filesystem type (FAT, NTFS, etc.)?

Windows XP Prof

> Subversion server:
> * which version?
> * which type of repository (FSFS or BDB)?
> * which type of Subversion server (local, svnserve, Apache/DAV)?
> * running on what OS?
> * what filesystem type (FAT, NTFS, etc.)?

Subversion 1.1.4
Debian 3.1

Server and client are connected with 100Mbit Ethernet.

As comparison here the results if I am doing the commit of a 1GB file on
the server

local through dav
real 12m5.226s
user 2m29.560s
sys 0m17.851s

local through file url
real 12m33.247s
user 0m36.833s
sys 0m19.608s

The difference in time to my original client-server test are caused by
the slower harddisks on the client system.


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