Re: SVN access slow with https
On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 09:16, shivaraya p <shivaraya.pattankar_at_wipro.com> wrote:
> Hi ,
> I am using "SharpSVN SvnClient" in desktop application to get files from
> subversion server(https) hosted on web using secure site with digital
> certificates. Currently every single access to SVN is slow, takes 8-20
> seconds to get data.
> I tried to trouble shoot the issue. I used to Tortoise to browse the url.
> (https://cimxx.com/svn/Projects). It takes appx 5-8 seconds to display files
> info.Next If I try to expand one of the folder it takes the same amount of
> time. I used svn command "
> svn info https://cim". It took same amount of time to get the info.
> Surprisingly I browsed the URL with FireFox. It displays the information
> immediately. Any number of folders I browse it displays data in less than a
> My question is , is there any way I can make tortoise respond as fast as
> the browser?
> I use Windows XP. SVN repository is hosted in US. We use proxy and digital
> certificate to access the repository. Net is broad band.I can download
> several megabites of file from net in less than 10-30 secs.
HTTPS access with per-directory authorization is presently the slowest
possible access method for Subversion.
Received on 2009-01-06 16:05:14 CET
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