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From: ListMan <listman_at_burble.net>
Date: 2006-05-14 03:14:57 CEST

Hi, I'm proposing to use Subversion as the backend version control
system on a project but am having some performance issues,
specifically in the area of large binary file versioning..

There seem to be 2 kinds of problem:

1) The local working area is large.
        The pristine local copy doubles the size of the working area, I
notice there's been some discussion of optionally applying
compression to help this.

2) Commit times are very slow:
        for a local disk commit a 650MB file took 7:30s using 1.3.1. Using
1.5x this took 6:30s.
        One issue with this is that there seems to be unnecessary delta
calculations that occur during the commit operation, I'm sure there
are other issues also.

Are there any Subversion developers here that maybe interested in
helping to profile the code-base and understand what our possible
solutions are?

Kind Regards.

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Received on Sun May 14 03:15:54 2006

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