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Re: 1.5.0-RC3: Repo-browser very slow

From: Bernhard Merkle <bernhard.merkle_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 14:11:07 -0700 (PDT)

> > I have the delay not in starting up the repo browser but when
> > expanding *each* node the *first* time.
> > Expanding a node a second time is much faster (some caching) but the
> > first time it is significant slow.
> Sure, that's because the first time, we have to so an 'svn ls'. The
> second time we don't do that unless you hit F5 to refresh.

I am a bit confused why a "svn ls" takes so much longer in TTSVN 1.5
compared to TTSVN 1.4.
Could there be something else ?

> version). That means as long as your repository is hosted on an 1.4
> version of Subversion, it will be slower (but much faster once you
> upgrade your server).

should I upgrade the server or should I also upgrade the repository ?
I think there is a different in updating the server and/or repository.

do you mean if i do a "svnadmin upgrade" on the server, this will go
away ?

> > While i really appreciate the new functionality in the repo browser in
> > 1.5, with the current performace it is nearly unusable for us.
> > (compared to 1.4.8).
> It's slow, I know. But there's nothing we can do about that.

The problem i see is the following:
- upgrading the server to 1.5 takes some time but is controlled by me
(maybe we wait for 1.5.1)
- upgrading the clients to 1.5 will happen very fast, because often
the users get the autonotification of the new TTSVN version and
download the installer. Peng. You have exactly my setting. And
browsing now is really a problem.

I think this *will* be a common scenario for lots of installation, so
i we can do something to improve the performance I am happy to


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Received on 2008-06-12 07:05:12 CEST

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