Thanks for the extra information.
I had been using your bench-marking - just as a "proof" that the speed of
SVN was an ongoing concern for the development team that was actively being
And "tada"... here is the numbers prove it still improving.
Thanks again none the less, for your efforts, I am using your svnbench
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Neels J Hofmeyr [mailto:neels_at_elego.de]
> Sent: Monday, 29 October 2012 22:23
> To: Gavin Baumanis
> Cc: Subversion Development
> Subject: Re: benchmark chart
> Just remember: these charts only show the libsvn_wc layer. They don't test
> networking at all, ra_local only. That charts place will still be in flux
> maturing the code.
> ...but otherwise, feel free to share :)
> On 2012-10-29 19:44, Gavin Baumanis wrote:
> > HI Neels,
> > Nice work!
> > I am often asked how the speed improvements are going.
> > People still seem to be holding onto the speed of the 1.4 era - and
> > calling out SubVersion as being too slow to use.
> > Something like this is very handy.
> > Thanks.
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: Neels J Hofmeyr [mailto:neels_at_elego.de]
> >> Sent: Monday, 29 October 2012 09:06
> >> To: Subversion Development
> >> Subject: benchmark chart
> >> Hi all,
> >> working around a weird buglet in matplotlib (r1403277), I've finally
> > produced
> >> the first chart on our libsvn_wc-benchmark-running svn-qavm:
> >> http://svn-qavm.apache.org/charts/
> >> My intention is to further improve and automate, but there you have
> >> the first bit of graph to look at!
> >> ~Neels
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