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Re: Low Performances on Big Directories

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-11 19:27:57 CET

Christophe DESFOURNEAUX wrote:
> I have an SVN server with a Suse 9.3 distribution and Subversion 1.4.2.
> In the SVN repository, I have a directory with about 5 000 files.
>
> I have installed, on the same computer, TortoiseSVN 1.4.1 and
> Subcommander 1.2.2.
>
> And then I have tested :
>
> * Time to dislay the big directory in the repo-browser :
> – Tortoise : 87 seconds ;
> – Subcommander : 8 seconds.

There were some improvements done in the revision graph:
http://issues.tortoisesvn.net/?do=details&id=329

> * Time to display a log graph (only 8 revisions) :
> – Tortoise : 100 seconds ;
> – Subcommander : 8 seconds.
>
> How can we explain these differences ?
> What must I do to have better performance with TortoiseSVN ?

You can't compare the graph from TSVN and Subcommander. And "only 8
revisions" is for TSVN irrelevant. The number of revision that's
relevant is not the ones shown, but the total in your repository. And I
seriously doubt that the TSVN revision graph takes a 100 seconds if your
repository only has 8 revisions.

Stefan

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