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Re: export, checkout, commit performance

From: Sebastian Tusk <sebastian.tusk_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-03-10 17:45:07 CET

> Ah, seems like zhakov (I assume it was his binaries you used) just
> missed Branko's commit that eliminated the 512-byte uses (except the
> above). Here are binaries built after this commit. It *should* use 16K
> blocks when checksumming and comparing files.

It seems I missed these patches with my build. Here the test results for
a 100 MB file added and committed.

Build without patches: 1min 25s
Build with patches: 1min 22s

Not much of a difference.

These times do not grow linear with the file size. A 1GB file takes
29min 27s with the latest patches. I guess the 100MB file gets cached by
the os.

In any case it is a lot better than 1.3.0 where a 680 MB files takes
almost the same time.


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Received on Fri Mar 10 17:45:32 2006

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