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Re: "Show Log" slow.

From: Jody Shumaker <jody.shumaker_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-19 21:33:47 CEST

> 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.
> Marius

Probably to late at this point, but its really best to avoid such huge
imports. If instead you had done it in blocks of files, say 50 or
100 each commit or some such, then you wouldn't have the problem. The
initial import log for individual files would only have some max
number of entries instead of the whole set. When I was looking at ways
of converting from VSS to subversion, this was one of the issues I
identified as needing to avoid if I went with just importing latest

- Jody.

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