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Re: slow update patch in 1.4 ?

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2006-07-19 12:16:03 CEST

Taylor, Richard wrote:
> We are currently suffering from very slow updates. We have a 10+GB repo with
> an huge amount of files and an update can easily take 20mins. I've seen
> posting on 'users' about fast svn update patch in 1.4 and was wondering what
> this patch entales ? For us the update seems to spend long amount of time
> accessing the disc with no network traffic. Does the update checksum every
> file? even if the file date and modified flags haven't changed ?

One of our teams did have all their game assets (Maya models, textures,
etc) in a Subversion repository, but they recently removed them from the
repository and went back to having them all on a network drive due to
the extremely long update times. Aside from that, Subversion has been
operating very well for us. A faster update could be all that is
required to get them to put their data back into source control.

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