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Re: "Show Log" slow.

From: Nathan Kidd <nathan-svn_at_spicycrypto.ca>
Date: 2006-06-19 19:03:29 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> So the problem is the revision 5959 where (I guess) you have committed a
> lot of changes, so that the list of changed files (bottom of log dialog)
> has many, many entries.
> In that case, there's not much you can do. Sorry.

Unless you want to start getting more extreme:

1) to speed up svn log:
   * If you're running http:// and not tied to it, try svn://. We only
run svn:// for the very reason of faster log + ls performance.
   * Get faster CPUs/disks. Switching from a P3-550mhz, IDE disk
machine to a Xeon 3Ghz, SCSI 320 box gave us 8x performance (FSFS). A
full show log (including a big initial import) that took 40s, afterward
took just 5s.

2) Take heart that after ~100 more commits you won't have this problem
unless you do an explicit Show All revisisions. See what you can do to
"speed up" those next 100 revisions. :)

We've had the same problem of huge initial imports causing Show Log
delays, but after 1) they were reduced to minor annoyances and 2) always
removed them completely before long.



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Received on Mon Jun 19 19:02:31 2006

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