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Looking for performance enhancement suggestions

From: Just Ray <raymond.kode_at_thomson.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 10:56:16 -0700 (PDT)

Hello everyone,

Iím new to SVN and am experiencing some performance issues.

First, I like SVN a lot.
And REALLY like TortoiseSVN.

I was wondering if others have experienced or are currently
experiencing performance issues and what, if anything I might be able
to "do" about it.

*** Here's my environment: ***

Windows 2003 Server Service Pack 2
1.5 Gig memory
110Gib hard drive
2.60 Ghz processor
VisualSVN Server 1.5 (The production release.)
TortoiseSVN 1.5.0.13316 (32 bit)
100 Mb Ethernet connection
Only 1 user (so far) It's just me building repositories and checking
things into them (and out of) before bringing the other 35 developers
on board.
The repositories are on the same hard drive as the OS and the
programs.
And my pc is on the same LAN seqments as the SVN server.

*** Here's what I am seeing: ***
Repo browsing is slow.
Expanding folders in repo browser is really slow.
( I "have" upgraded the repositories to 1.5. )

The checkout throughput seems poky.

The same is true with the commits. Just plain poky for some reason.

Things are never NOT pokey.

The server itself isnít taxed by any means.
It sits at 2 pct processor and under 300 meg memory.
And I'm the only one on this server.
No other applications are running.
No virus software or anything. (At leaste not yet.)
So I donít know if something else is going on that might explain what
I'm seeing.

If I perform an svn procedure via a command line, performance is
"acceptable".
IE: svn list https://svnserver1/svn/RaysProjects/workbook1/trunk --
depth=infinity

So it ďseemsĒ to me that TortoiseSVN 1.5.0.13316 might be a component
of my pokeyness.
(But I canít say that for sure, cuz this is all new to me and I don't
have enough experience to say anything with a degree of certinty.)

*** Here's what I'm hoping for ***
To hear if other experienced similar performance issues as I have
described above.

And if they were able to be resolved.

And if so, would it be possible to ask how it was resolved so that I
might to the same kinds of things ?

Thanks in advance to everyone.

Just Ray in Wisconsin

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