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Re: Very bad performance for update from synchronize view

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-09-15 14:49:54 CEST

Bernd Rinn <bernd@sdf.lonestar.org> wrote on 09/15/2005 02:29:16 AM:

> Mark Phippard wrote:
> >Have you used the Synch view in previous releases? I am trying to
> >decide
> >if this is a new problem or not. We are aware there are some
> >issues with that action, particularly with JavaSVN. At the same time,
> >also had to make some important correctness fixes in this area in
> >so I am trying to ascertain whether that also made performance worse.
> >my own testing, it was equal or even better than it was in 0.9.33 and
> We have seen that problem with 0.9.33 and 0.9.34. We didn't use other
> (older) versions.

The update from Synch is slower than Team -> Update because it does more
network roundtrips. Instead of issuing a single recursive update where
the Subversion library just figures everything out, it has to pass in the
specific files you want to update. This does not appear to work as

It still sounds like you might be experiencing something else, however, as
the performance difference should still be relatively small, and I would
assume you should be able to see activity happening.

Do you show the Console view while doing this? It will show the updates
happening. That should give an idea as to whether it is consistently slow
(like 1 update/minute), or whether the updates come down reasonably
quickly and then the process just doesn't appear to complete, which could
indicate a deadlock.



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