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Re: [TSVN] REQUEST: speed issues

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-12-13 18:56:34 CET

Ivan-Assen Ivanov <ivanassen@gmail.com> wrote on 12/13/2004 12:50:53 PM:

> Errrm, this is the second time I voice off in the TSVN mailing list
> just to find the fault with myself. I'll think hard before the third
> time...
> I tried it on a coworker's machine. Mine takes 32 seconds the first
> time and 14 seconds the second time to display the list of modified
> files, hers takes less than 3 seconds both times. Same repository,
> similar (single-digit) amount of modified files in the WC, but... mine
> has a 80% full disk with on the order of 200 000 files, and hers has a
> less than 20% full disk with less than 50 000 files. Seems I've
> gotten NTFS into a corner and it's very, very miserable...

On the dev list they have talked about how the way NTFS handles small
files is not ideal for the way WC's operate. There are a ton of very
small files created in the WC folders. This can cause performance issue
on NTFS.

I think there are some optimizations going into 1.2 that would greatly
help this. I am not sure if there is anything you can do yourself.

FWIW, I believe the issue is that if a file is less than X bytes, it is
stored with the folder itself, whatever that means.


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