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Re: [TSVN] Commit dialog taking ages to populate

From: Nick Gilbert <nick_at_x-rm.com>
Date: 2004-09-08 11:30:46 CEST

>> I've noticed that in some of my projects, it takes ages for the commit
>> dialog to populate (sometimes in the order of minutes - even for a
>> small project). What actually is it doing at this stage and what can I
>> do do speed this up?
>> Most of the folders with lots of files in are ignored. So there are
>> probably only 100 or so files being version controlled (is there a
>> more accurate way to check without checking out to a new directory?).
> By ignored you mean you've set the svn:ignored property for them? Or do
> you just not show them in the commit dialog?

I mean that I have svn:ignore *.* set on those folders.

>> Is there anything I can do to speed this process up? Is it likely to
>> be the speed of my network/fileserver/workstation that's the bottle neck?
> If you have your working copy on a fileserver, then that's definitely
> the bottleneck. Especially if your automatic backup on the server
> changes the filedates.

No my working copy is on my local machine. Only the repository is on a
file server - and that's on a local 100M/bit network.


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Received on Sat Sep 11 20:17:20 2004

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