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[Subclipse-users] Slowness in svn+ssh

From: Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner_at_hannonhill.com>
Date: 2006-05-03 17:06:40 CEST

I should preface this by saying that I'm committed to SVN and
Subclipse at this point. I really like both, but I would like to
solve some of the performance issues that I'm having or at least
share them. I'm seeing some real slow downs when performing read
operations like checkout and synchronize over SVN in Subclipse. I'm
connecting to a local Gigabit network, so I'm fairly certain it's not
a network problem. I'm using JavaSVN as that's the only way I've
gotten svn+ssh to work correctly.

The SVN checkout of my project since I migrated from CVS is easily
2-3 time longer than it was before, same can be said for
synchronizing the whole project. I guess I should try doing some of
these operations from the command line and see if that improves speed
at all, but are particular protocols known to be slower than others?
Is svn+ssh significantly slower than http (apache module)?

Please let me know what others' experiences have been with regards to
speed in different protocols, inside/outside of Subclipse, etc.?


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