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Re: [Subclipse-users] Slowness in svn+ssh

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-05-03 21:29:23 CEST

Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner@hannonhill.com> wrote on 05/03/2006
03:25:57 PM:

> > What have you tried? If you have the command line working, and you
> > have
> > the JavaHL binaries I would almost expect it to just work. JavaHL
> > will
> > not prompt you for credentials, so you need to be using some kind of
> > key-agent, but most SSH users already do. I think if you launch
> > Eclipse
> > from a Terminal session then it ssh will prompt you for info as needed
> > within that session.
> I have not tried setting up the config files to do all the necessary
> ssh auth yet, but I will. I'll definitely try that trick about
> launching from within terminal. I had no idea it would prompt me like
> that.

How could you have tried the command line if you have not done this?
JavaHL and the command line have the same requirements.

> > It would be worth seeing how long it takes to do File -> Import of an
> > existing project. That would give an idea as to how much the combined
> > Eclipse/Subclipse overhead should be.
> I will also try this and see if the combined time is a lot less than
> 12min. I suspect it will be. Honstly, I hope its some problem with
> JavaSVN connecting to my ssh server because its likely that we won't
> be able to switch to using apache or svnserve as a daemon for some time.

I am sure there that Eclipse and Subclipse adds some overhead during the
checkout process itself, but if it only takes about 30s after the checkout
completes, I have to think most of the slowness is during the actual


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