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Re[2]: [TSVN] slow over net share

From: Uroš Gruber <uros.gruber_at_vizija.si>
Date: 2004-10-11 15:03:55 CEST

Monday, October 11, 2004, 2:40:16 PM, you wrote:

S> On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 14:28:22 +0200, Uroš Gruber <uros.gruber@vizija.si> wrote:

>> First I would like to give some info about our infrastrusture. We have one

S> What do you expect here? I mean your working copy is on a server
S> share. That simply _can't_ be fast!
S> To gather the status of your working copy, Subversion has to access
S> every file in your working copy, including several files inside the
S> hidden .svn folders. And usually, when accessing files over a network
S> share, there's a big, big overhead for each accessed file called
S> authentication.
Ok I understand this. Is there any better sollution. What about mod_dav? Is
there also such big overhead. Or maybe another idea. To make share on my
workstation and then server mounts this in his webspace. Any other ideas or
what scenario is prefered.

S> Why do you use the command line client for that? Right-click on the
S> folder, select "Properties" from the explorer context menu and then go
S> to the Subversion tab in the file dialog. There you can set the
S> properties.

So I right click on this "folder1" not the parent folder and set this
property to folder1.

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