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Serious performance problems on trunk

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Jun 2009 18:17:18 +0200


Yesterday I started to adjust TSVN to link against the Subversion trunk
so I can start implementing the new features and the new APIs.
But I now have to revert back, because the new wc format has serious
(and I mean serious) performance problems. I doubt that any user would
ever accept that.

Before (using the 1.6.x branch of svn), an update of the TSVN working
copy would take around 10 seconds (including updating all the externals).

Now, with the new wc format, the update takes more than 10 minutes(!!)
with the process using up all available CPU time!
I first thought that this was maybe just the first time after upgrading
the working copy, but subsequent updates are not faster - even though
the working copy is already at HEAD.

I don't even have a virus scanner which usually is the cause of such
performance problems.

Am I the only one seeing this?


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Received on 2009-06-23 18:17:42 CEST

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