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Re: "Show Log" slow.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-19 17:33:31 CEST

Marius Roets wrote:
> Hi,
> We have recently added a project to an existing repository. The
> project is approximately 1.1GB. When doing a "Show Log" it takes about
> 30 seconds to get the results. Is there anyway to speed this up?
> I have tried the same functionality using the command line client on
> my Linux box. This is only slightly faster. However, on the command
> line I have a work around. The initial checkin is revision 5959. If I
> do "svn log -r 5960:HEAD" it does not read the initial checkin of this
> project and is very fast. If there is no answer to my first question,
> then is there a way in which I can force tortoiseSVN to add -r
> 5960:HEAD to the command?

If you have a pre 1.2 server, then the only real way to improve the
speed is to upgrade your server. Server version < 1.2 don't know the
'--limit' switch, which TSVN uses to fetch the first log messages. So
Subversion (to provide compatibility) fetches *all* messages and then
just filters out the rest which was not requested.


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Received on Mon Jun 19 17:39:51 2006

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