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[TSVN] Re: Performances of TSVN vs Subversion

From: Russell Hind <rh_gmane_at_mac.com>
Date: 2004-10-06 12:27:55 CEST

Guido Anzuoni wrote:
> 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.

I take the server is running under windows. With hit socket issues with
windows comminicating with a robotic arm due to windows delaying acks
until either a second packet arrives or 200ms passes.

There is a registry key you can set to adjust the ack delay in windows
for a network adapter but I guess svn should just send the next packet
immediately rather than wait for the ack.

If anyone is interested I can dig out what reg key needs adding to stop
acks being delayed by 200ms.



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