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Re: Slow repo-browser on svn+ssh. Persistent SSH connections?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2016 17:01:11 +0200

On 01.07.2016 19:53, dpotter wrote:
> Hi!
> Like some others before me, I am experiencing very slow performance with the repo-browser against svn+ssh repositories.
> The issue seems to arise from the combination of two factors:
> - The repo-browser requires a lot of connections - between 6 and 15, depending upon settings.
> - Authentication of each ssh connection is slow - around 2 seconds each (even though performance after authentication is fast).
> I understand that TSVN must make multiple calls to the library to gather the data required for the repo-browser.
> Does the apache subversion library support the concept of a persistent ssh connection that can be re-used across multiple API calls? If so, how difficult would it be to modify TSVN to use that approach?

No, there is no way to re-use the connections since all svn_client_*
APIs don't have the ability to pass an existing connection to them for


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