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Re: svn edit

From: Listman <listman_at_burble.net>
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2008 10:31:09 -0700

On Oct 29, 2008, at 5:00 AM- Oct 29, 2008, Greg Stein wrote:

> Cool. That would be around my expectation for our performance in
> wc-ng: just a quick walk of the tree calling lstat(), looking for size
> changes or timestamp changes.

> Also, recall that I had planned to have a mode for 'svn stat' that
> only looks at the metadata (adds, removes, etc), but without a crawl.
> I didn't think a simple crawl would be so fast. I think, for now, that
> I'm going to punt on the idea of a no-crawl status mode. No reason to
> monkey up status with Yet Another Command Line Switch when it can go
> this fast (and think about the typical case!).
> And think about hot caches! My Macbook can "find . | wc -l" across
> 170k files in just 5 seconds.

you can't count on the cache being hot at all. i spend most of my time
working on a compute server with several other coworkers, the kernel
cache is shared amongst lots of apps, not just svn. i very rarely get
lucky with hot cache svn status. this is the norm for all the
companies i consult with in the silicon valley area.

so greg, will i be able to start testing any of this when the 1.6
branch comes along? will most of your changes be in there by then?


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