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Slow checkout speeds over a local network and transfer hangs

From: Ian M. <ian_at_auricom.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Oct 2008 12:45:19 -0700 (PDT)

I'm very much a fan of subversion and I've been using it for a couple
years now. I set up a server at our office here using VisualSVN some
months ago. We do flex and flash work and some of the flash files are
laden with video and audio. We have a VERY large project that has
nearly 4GB of flash files in a folder.

Here's the issues I'm having.

First off, when checking out or checking in files once the very last
file has finished (or once its getting relatively close) the transfer
speed drops to 0 bytes and TortoiseSVN hangs there for about 10-15
minutes until it finally complete or just hangs indefinitely. If it
hangs indefinitely it usually corrupts the checkout beyond the ability
of "clean up" to repair it - and then I have the fun task of trying to
check out 4GB all over again.

The second issue is that speeds over the local network are no faster
than our internet speeds here (3/3, yes I know its crap). The transfer
speeds rarely jump above 3MB when using local hostnames. This is using
the WebDav over https or http (I tried to resolve this already by
going the non secure route, to no avail).

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

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Received on 2008-10-09 21:51:20 CEST

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