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Re: transfer rate in Merge dialog

From: jnizet <jnizet_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 04:04:55 -0700 (PDT)

On 30 juil, 08:37, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> jnizet wrote:
> > Hello.
> > 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
> > strange.
> 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:
> SSPIPerRequestAuth on
> this will make SSPI only require new authentication for every request,
> not every datapacket sent.

Hello, and thanks for your answer.

I don't use SSPI authentication. My server is a simple svnserve server
(the svn protocol is thus used) on my own machine, and authentication
is done with the basic passwd file in the conf directory of the svn
repo. Nothing fancy, default configuration except for the write
Moreover, this occurs during a merge, and anonymous access is
authorized for read operations, so I guess authentication isn't even
necessary here.
When I look at it, it looks as if MBytes are displayed instead of
KBytes, and KBytes instead of bytes. When I do a switch, the transfer
rate is around 4 kBytes/sec and the total amount of bytes transferred
looks right, and whe I do (or simply test) a merge, the transfer rate
is around 20000kBytes/sec., and the amount of bytes transferred looks
1000 times too large.


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Received on 2008-07-30 13:13:23 CEST

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