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Re: "Show Log" slow.

From: Marius Roets <roets.marius_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-19 19:27:06 CEST

> 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.
> HTH,
> -Nathan

Hi Nathan,
This is sort of what I expected to be the solution. I was just sort of
hoping I could tell tortoise to do start looking at revision 5960.
Thanks anyway. It is already fast when you browse the root
directories, but the smaller subdirectories, and individual files will
always be a problem, since they are not likely to get to a 100. For me
this is not really a issue, because 1) I use the command line client
most of the time, and 2) I use log rarely (when I want to blame
somebody). However there are some people who's job it is to browse
logs daily:).

Thanks for all the help everybody.


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