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Tortoise SVN : Repo browsing slowness on first view.

From: <kristiaand_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 02:33:06 -0700 (PDT)

Hi Everyone,
wondering if someone can help me out abit.

firstly i have to say i am really, really new to using SVN and
tortoise so please be patient and clear with any replys as i am still
getting my head around all the little features and settings.

anyway onto my question / problem, our company is using SVN as a
repository for all its code etc, we are using a mixture of SVN clients
but the main one preferred by our developers is tortoise. in total we
have 5 developers that access the repo on a daily basis and over the
last month or so have been complaining more and more about a gradual
slowdown in using the repo browser in tortoise.

we are all using the latest version of tortoise (1.5.1) which was
downloaded from the site about a week ago. when using the repo browser
for the first time in the morning everyone notices a delay in loading
the folders of around 4 - 5 minutes, we have tried just one person
incase all 5 were having a combined slowdown, and nothing seems to
improve it.

I have done some googling and followed the information provided here
(http://tortoisesvn.net/node/14) but that has made no difference, but
i do have to mention we have quite a large repository directory (97
projects), this is structured as shown.

  |-<project 1>
  |-<project 2>
  |-<project 97>

any infomation you may be able to provide on this would be great, also
is there a way to reproduce this slowdown every time i open the repo
browser, as after the first initial slow connection every subsequent
load is really fast, and it would make testing any solutions you guys
offer a bit of a long process, if i have to wait 24 hours per test.

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Received on 2008-07-28 11:44:02 CEST

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