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Performance of checkout/update going in the wrong direction

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2011 08:49:01 -0400

Just an fyi ...

I am not sure what has caused it as all I have seen is a number of
commits from Bert that said they were eliminating SQLite queries, but
the performance test results have been showing the times for checkout
and update to be getting slower. For example on the relatively
lightweight test that uses our Subversion tree the time for checkout
and update on Windows has gone like this:

                 Checkout Update
1.7.0 r1085344 0:23.432 0:23.681
1.7.0 r1088721 0:33.175 0:23.681
1.7.0 r1089890 0:42.526 0:35.396

1.7.0 r1085031 0:24.164 0:20.039
1.7.0 r1088319 0:18.782 0:14.172
1.7.0 r1090787 0:27.627 0:25.951

The first three are from my machine, the second three are from Stefan King's.

Given the overlap in the builds we used I would look at what happened
between -r1088721:1088319

Mark Phippard
Received on 2011-04-11 14:49:35 CEST

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