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[TSVN] Performances of TSVN vs Subversion

From: Guido Anzuoni <guido.anzuoni_at_kyneste.com>
Date: 2004-10-06 10:42:07 CEST

There has been a certain amount of rumours around Subversion 1.1.0 poor
Even if svn teams claims to have modified neon config to set
it doesn't seem to change behaviour.
In detail, PROPFIND requests are split in 2 packets: HTTP 1.1 header and
DAV request body.
Using svn command line, ethereal shows that, after sending first packet,
there is an ACK received by the server with 200msec delay.
Using TSVN the two packets are sent one after the other without waiting
the ACK that arrives soon after.
The total "svn ls URL" triggers 10 PROPFIND so with the command line
there is an elapsed time of, at least, 2 seconds.
In my env, TSVN completes in 0.14 msec !!!

Is there anything else to do to achieve such performances.


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