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Http bug? - two sets of PROPFIND statements found in packet trace between Tortoise and VisualSVNServer

From: BasementJack <basementjack2_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 1 Nov 2008 14:56:27 -0700 (PDT)

Hey everyone,
  First of all, Tortoise is great I really appreciate the work thats
gone into it!

  I have what might be a bug, might not be a bug, I can't tell.

  When I use TortoiseSVN to checkout a simple (10K) project it takes
about 5-6 seconds to do this. That seems really slow so I ran
Wireshark (network packet capture tool) to see what was going on.

 What I found was that the actual data transfer of my project is done
in about 3/10 of a second, but before that happens there's a bunch of
PROPFIND commands going back and forth - what has me thinking this
could be a bug is that I see two complete sets of these (each set
starts with an authentication, then 8 PROPFIND's)
Finally a REPORT request is made and the data appears to transfer.

  Is there someone from the Tortoise team that could have a look at
the trace and determine if it's an issue with Tortoise, or an issue
with the VisualSVN server (or some incompatability between them?)

 TortoiseSVN 1.5.5, build 14361 - 64bit
 Visual SVNServer 1.6.1

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Received on 2008-11-01 23:06:01 CET

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