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log -g performance

From: Leonardo Fernandes <leonardo.fernandes_at_outsystems.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2008 15:37:31 +0100

I just wanted to know why log -g operations are much slower than normal
log, even when the revisions don't have any merge-info change?

Just a quick statistic. Revision 46237 in my repository changed two
files, and didn't change any property at all. By the way, this is the
common case in development, so probably 90% (or even more) of the
revisions of a repository will fall into this category.

> log -r 46237 $REPO
takes less than a second

> log -g -r 46237 $REPO
takes 12 seconds, besides the server CPU hitting 100%

Is there any task planned to improve these statistics?
Leonardo Fernandes

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