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Re: Very bad performance for update from synchronize view

From: Bernd Rinn <bernd_at_sdf.lonestar.org>
Date: 2005-09-15 08:29:16 CEST

Mark Phippard wrote:

>Have you used the Synch view in previous releases? I am trying to
>if this is a new problem or not. We are aware there are some >performance
>issues with that action, particularly with JavaSVN. At the same time, >we
>also had to make some important correctness fixes in this area in >0.9.34
>so I am trying to ascertain whether that also made performance worse. >In
>my own testing, it was equal or even better than it was in 0.9.33 and >.32.

We have seen that problem with 0.9.33 and 0.9.34. We didn't use other
(older) versions.

>The fact that you are seeing no activity makes it seem like it is
>something else like a deadlock of some sort. There are a lot of >internal
>cache updates that have to occur after an update, statuses have to be
>rechecked, builds performed etc...

Yes, looks like some sort of timeout (maybe for a lock). I can see one
file being updated for a couple of seconds each.

Bernd Rinn
Received on Thu Sep 15 16:29:16 2005

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