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Re: Problem: extremely slow file upload on large file commit

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 10:44:12 +0200

webpost_at_tigris.org wrote:
> I'm trying to upload a 130MB file to our SVN repository. The upload
> is extremely slow; it fluctuates between 0 and 1kb/s when running,
> and when finished* reported less than 6MB uploaded in over 100
> minutes. This is on a 1.5MBit ADSL link, nothing else using the
> bandwidth. If I try to FTP a file to the same server machine, it
> uploads at normal speed (eg, around 26kb/s).
> Smaller commits of small source files seem to be uploaded at sensible
> speeds.
> Is there anything in particular that makes large files especially
> slow? I'm on the very last version, but its been like this with the
> previous one too.

Check whether a virus scanner and/or firewall interferes and 'checks'
every byte transferred, either on your machine or the machine where the
repository is hosted.

> *actually didnt properly finished; see next message.

This is highly unlikely. Again I wouls suspect a virus scanner which
scans the repository while it receives your commit data and writes it to
the repo folders. It could be that a virus scanner deletes/isolates the
newly transferred/written revision file as soon as the commit is finished.


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Received on 2009-04-13 10:44:27 CEST

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