On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 01:20:33PM -0400, Mark Phippard wrote:
> I thought I recalled when svnrdump was first created that there were some
> timing comparisons made with svnsync that showed it to be faster at doing a
> full dump/sync of a remote repository. When I test via HTTP:
> svnrdump dump http://server/repos | svnadmin load repos
> And compare this to an equivalent svnsync, I find that the times it takes to
> do this is essentially the same. I then compared the HTTP access logs of
> the server and see that the two commands produce identical logs, so
> obviously there are not going to be big performance differences.
> Am I missing something? I realize that svnrdump still fulfills a need, so I
> am not questioning the value of the tool. Just questioning whether my
> results make sense. As I see it, for this specific scenario, someone would
> be better off to still simply use svnsync for this purpose.
Performance concerns may have been related to the use case of importing
Subversion history into git.
It is certainly faster to create a dump file over the network, rather
than syncing the repository and creating a dump files from that in a
Not sure if that is what people were talking about though.
Do you have a link to related discussion in the archives?
Received on 2011-08-17 19:48:54 CEST