Is this topic an already discussed one? If so, please let me know because I coudn't find it in the history of this list.
PS: the odd stuff is if I use HTTP repository within Eclipse (Subclipse plugin), it is not slow as with TortoiseSVN.
From: Andre Ambrosio [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: terça-feira, 26 de setembro de 2006 16:09
Subject: TortoiseSVN with http X svn protocols
I tried to look in the archive but coudn't find a definitive answers for this. So, I'm asking again with the most possible information I can imagine to be useful.
I have a Subversion 1.3.2 installed in a RedHat EL4 machine with only one repository. I also have Apache set up to show the files through HTTP, and the SVNSERVE is started only for testing because I need only the first method to be active.
When I checkout with SVN protocol on TortoiseSVN (1.3.5) and work with the local copy, everything is just fine. When I use a web browser to view the repository, it also works well. But, if I try to checkout via TortoiseSVN through the HTTP protocol, it takes a very long time to start responding and the transfers is also very slower than it could be (five minutes to update a 100MB repository with ~2MB changes at a time).
Clients machines use Windows XP SP2 and the server was already described. Do you know what could cause that situation and what could I do to make it work fine and fast? If I haven't gave enough information, please let me know.
Thanks for the time and attention,
Received on Mon Oct 2 22:00:28 2006