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Re: Subclipse LAN traffic during debugging?

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-25 17:53:57 CEST

David Barron <dwb_va@yahoo.com> wrote on 08/25/2005 11:41:30 AM:

> Thanks for the suggestion. To review, the traffic in
> question is repository-access network traffic when
> landing on a breakpoint or clicking on a source line
> number in a backtrace (causing a noticable pause). My
> working copy is local; I am using the file:// protocol
> to my remote repository. (Meanwhile commit/update
> work fairly briskly.)
> Unfortunately this wasn't the issue -- this view was
> not open, and when I opened it temporarily the
> indicated option wasn't enabled (I then closed the
> view again). Any other suggestions? Would it be
> helpful for me to capture some sample traffic?

Using the file:// protocol I would think the traffic will be hard to
decipher. Ultimately, you need to figure out what Subversion operations
are being run. You might be able to get someone on the Subversion users@
list to decipher it for you.


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