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Re: [Subclipse-users] TortoseSVN is lightning fast, but subclipse takes up to an hour to perform a commit

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-09 19:09:31 CEST

kurt heston <kheston@feeplesoft.com> wrote on 09/09/2006 01:00:17 PM:

> I'm accessing the very same server with both TortoiseSVN and Subclipse.
> Subclipse is extremely slow, but TortoiseSVN performs the same commits
> almost instantaneously. I'm using JavaHL (though using pure Java makes
> no difference).
> The connection is clear text (no SSH). If I attempt even a single-file
> commit, Subclipse appears to be waiting for something to timeout, it
> finally performs the commit if I wait long enough (no less than 5 mins.,
> sometimes up to an hour). The processor is idle and there's no network
> activity until just before the commit completes. Any clues for me?

If you are using the svn:// protocol, and the server is running Linux,
there is a common problem with some Linux systems that the server can hang
for a long period of time while it is waiting to generate a random number.
 If this matches your setup I can provide more details, but I think you
have to recompile APR on your server.

Subclipse is just using the same Subversion libraries as TortoiseSVN.
There is really nothing happening in our code once you click that OK
button in the dialog.


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