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RE: [TSVN] Commit performance

From: Will Dean <svn_at_indcomp.co.uk>
Date: 2005-01-18 21:20:50 CET

At 13:48 18/01/2005 -0600, you wrote:

>Alas, I am using TSVN 1.1.2 :( I will experiment with the latest snap
>shot build and let you know if that clears things up.

Yes, I would be interested. There is a problem with current versions of
SVN (I think they are working on a fix), where if the current date of a
file doesn't match SVN's expectations, it has to check if the *content* of
the file has changed. Clearly, this is significantly slower than just
checking the date of the file.

It could be that this has somehow happened in your WC. Filemon (from
www.sysinternals.com) would tell you what was happening during the wait for
the commit dialog.

|A couple of things I did notice was that the first commit for some of
>these sandboxes, after the migration from CVS, we had hundreds, if not
>thousands of files, marked as modified. The only change in these files
>was from \n to \r\n! {snip} same project.

I'm not sure about the details of how SVN handles line-endings, so I can't
cast much light on this.


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