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Re: Subclipse speeds

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-06-03 17:06:53 CEST

Simon Whittaker <simon@swbh.net> wrote on 06/03/2005 10:51:33 AM:

> I have a question about using subclipse which I hope someone will be
> able to advise me about. I am using subversion 1.1.4 (the deb package)
> with apache2 and webdav. All seems to be working fine as far as the
> initial import of files etc is going etc, the problem comes when I start

> to use the subclipse plugin.
> I have checked out a set of files (about 450MB worth with multiple
> folder depths etc) into a working directory which is situated on my
> development box (\\UNC\type\thing). The initial adding of the directory
> takes ~5 minutes which is the first problem, then I can edit the files
> without problems and all works very well. I then want to commit the
> files back to the repository and hit the team---->commit and it starts
> the commit process - this process can take upwards of 5 minutes again,
> during which time eclipse is unusable.
> I am really keen to be using subclipse and subversion but will not be
> able to without a significant increase in speed - is there anything I
> can try to improve the speed from my side or is it just that my file
> collection is too large to be a functional subclipse/subversion

Are you saying that your workspace is located on a network share? If so,
that is going to be the cause of your problems. Subversion supports this,
but the performance is generally not very good due to all of the disk I/O
Subversion performs.


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