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[TSVN] Performance issues with new log feature

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-04-25 19:55:56 CEST

I have a couple of issues with Show Log and the use of the new Subversion
API to return "100" revisions at a time.

1) If talking to a 1.1 server you have to wait while every revisions is
pulled down to the client, and then you only get to see 100. You have to
go through this for every 100 revisions. I assume we cannot detect this
at all in TSVN? It would be nice if:

a) It knew this was happening and at least just displayed every revision
instead of 100. I think I know that it can't know this or access those
b) Maybe have a preference to use the old technique?

2) I think there might a Subversion bug in this somewhere. I have a
mirror of the TSVN repository being served by a Windows Apache server
running 1.2 RC1. If I use Show Log on the TSVN repository at collab.net
it works great. The new feature is awesome! If I run Show Log against my
internal Windows server (which is generally super-fast) it is pretty
obvious that EVERY revision is coming down to my client. It probably
takes a minute to show the log results. Is anyone else testing 1.2 on a
Windows Apache server? I do not want to just run off and report this on
the SVN list (I just really noticed it).



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