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Re: [Subclipse-users] Committing slow

From: Andy Fyfe <afyfe_at_bigtribe.com>
Date: 2006-02-10 18:46:21 CET

We've also been experiencing slow synchronizations
as well as commits.

One thing I've observerd, from looking at the "Details",
SVNStatusSubscriber is busy diving into the "build" and
"target" subdirectories of our projects. The directories are
included in the appropriate svn:ignore properties, and I've
also tried adding them to the eclipse ignored resources
preference, but that didn't help.

I don't know why it does this, but it does take 10+ minutes
on my mac for this to complete. There are over 7,000 files
in these subdirectories on my computer.

We're using JavaSVN and svn+ssh urls.

--Andy

On Feb 8, 2006, at 8:57 AM, Alexander Kitaev wrote:

> Hello Bart,
>
>> Note that this is using JavaSVN, not JavaHL. I tried the
> Yesterday I've investigated this problem with Udo Rader and sent
> him the
> version of the library that should probably fix the problem. He
> promised to
> test it today.
>
> If you'd like I could send patched version to you too. This problem
> (delays
> on commit) only occurs when using HTTP protocol in specific
> environment
> (i.e. it works fast on my computer, but some people, mostly Linux
> users as
> far as I undersood, wrote that commit is slow), that is why I would
> like to
> make sure that my patch fixes the problem before publishing the new
> version.
>
> Alexander Kitaev,
> TMate Software,
> http://tmate.org/
> http://jetbrains.com/tmate/
>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Bart van Kuik [mailto:b.van.kuik@sron.nl]
>> Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 7:45 PM
>> To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
>> Subject: Re: [Subclipse-users] Committing slow
>>
>> (Resending with correct subject, my apologies)
>>
>>>> When committing a file, sometimes Subclipse progress stays
>> at 98% for
>>>> ten to twenty seconds. This can happen with just one line
>> of change
>>>> in one file.
>>> I would suggest trying a similar commit using the command
>> line client
>>> and compare the total times. They should be within a few
>> seconds of
>>> each other. Ignore the progress % shown in Subclipse.
>>
>> For the same file, the command line takes something like 1.5 seconds.
>> Using Subclipse, it takes about 20 seconds.
>>
>> Note that this is using JavaSVN, not JavaHL. I tried the
>> latter option, but I'm running Debian linux and the ggtools
>> packages have a JavaHL that's too old.
>>
>> Do people have noticed performance differences between
>> JavaSVN and JavaHL?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Bart
>>
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