> Is the transfer rate (transferred XXMBytes at YYkBytes/sec.) in the
> merge dialog correct?
> Because when I merge some of the source files of a project that
> contains a total of around 40 MBs of sources, it tells me than
> 400MBytes have been transferred. Not a major issue, but something
Yes, it is correct. If it shows 400MB instead of 40MB which you expect,
then the additional traffic comes from authentication. I suspect you're
using SSPI authentication - that's known to be excessive if you don't
configure it to cache:
this will make SSPI only require new authentication for every request,
not every datapacket sent.
> PS: I had a repeated crash of TortoiseProc.exe when merging in
> interactive mode, after editing a conflict and marking it as resolved.
> The mail report with the dump file has been sent. Merging in non-
> interactive mode and resolving the conflicts afterwards has worked,
> though (TortoiseSVN 1.5.1, SVN server 1.5.0)
That's a bug in the Subversion library:
I've implemented a workaround for this bug already, but of course it's a
workaround and there are situations where it won't help. You can try a
nightly build if you like.
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Received on 2008-07-30 08:37:45 CEST