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[TSVN] slow over net share

From: Uro¹ Gruber <uros.gruber_at_vizija.si>
Date: 2004-10-11 14:28:22 CEST


First I would like to give some info about our infrastrusture. We have one
FreeBSD server with svnserver instaled. Then every user have it's own web
space where he can checkout projects from svn. To acces this web space we
use Samba server. Bandwidth to server is about 60Mbit/s.

Everything works ok except for speed. For example we heve some project with
6.600 files and 33MB in size. And when I do commit from . it takes about
40s to 1 minute to show which files need to be commited. Whe I get those
list and then click OK it works fast. So giving me status take to much
time. I saw that trasfer is about 3 to 4Mbit/s when doing status.

If I try this directly on the server, status is returned in about 3

I want to know if this is normal to be so slow or I'm doing something wrong

Second thing I want to ask is about svn:ignore properties. Let say I have
folder1 in my . of project. How can I set property to this folder.

svn propset svn:ignore 'folder1' .


svn propset svn:ignore 'folder1' folder1

And do I need to set this recursively?

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Received on Mon Oct 11 15:29:40 2004

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