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Subversion load and performance tool

From: Dan Christian <dchristian_at_google.com>
Date: 2007-05-15 00:25:52 CEST

I've just uploaded a subversion testing module for the mstone load and
performance tool. This allows you to time a number of operations
under realistic levels of load. This is the first release and should
be considered alpha quality.

Here's what you'll need:

Take a look at http://sourceforge.net/projects/mstone and download
mstone from the subversion repository. You'll want something like
 svn co https://mstone.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/mstone/trunk/mstone mstone

You probably need a recent version of cmake (2.4.4+) from here:

Read the file "Building" for how to get is setup. You will probably
want to use ccmake to configure where the Apache Portable Runtime
(APR) and libsvn_client come from. Both of these have to be found
before cmake will enable building the SVN module.

Read "INSTALL" and "src/README-svn.txt" for a rough idea how to get
going. Ignore the bit on creating accounts. mstone was originally
developed to do mail system testing, so the documentation is rather
mail centric.

Read conf/svn*.wld for sample testing workloads.

Only Linux builds have been tested. It won't build on Windows (the
old NT support has completely bit rotted). There is no branch/merge
support at this time. e-mail me if/when you hit problems.

-Dan Christian

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