Re: Problem on SVN over Apache / SSL
> I have an Apache 2.2.3 running on a Linux host. On top of that I
> built a subversion 1.4.6. The access to the repository is done via
> SSL over the Apache (https) and the access is controlled via NTLM
> (mod_auth_ntlm for Apache). Browsing the Repositories via Firefox
> works fine and quick (~4MB/s).
> Now the problem: when I check out a project via TortoiseSVN (1.4.7) I
> get a horrible speed (~100kb/s) and only 13 files are checked out.
> Updating reveals another 13 files and so on.
> When I disable NTLM and SSL I get nice speeds and the full repository
> also via Tortoise.
> Did anyone encounter such an error or does anyone have an idea what
> goes wrong here? If you need more input please let me know.
I've never used mod_auth_ntlm, but my guess is that the slow speed
results from constant re-authentication. The mod_auth_sspi module on
windows has a special config flag for this:
SSPIPerRequestAuth : set to 'on' if you want authorization per request
instead of per connection
Maybe mod_auth_ntlm has something similar?
If not, you should maybe try the kerberos module.
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Received on 2008-02-25 18:25:27 CET
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