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Re: Windows 7, Can't check out project

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Jan 2010 09:24:02 -0500

On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 09:09, bladzok <bladzok_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> OK - here's the results of lots of experimenting with different
> options:
> At home - updates, commits etc take longer than normal but not
> excessive.  I am running off a 4MB ADSL line.  On small repositories
> no problem - on large repositories it takes about 3-4 min to do an
> update (even if there are no changes)

4MBps DSL? I always see DSL advertised as bps (bits per second), and
never as high as 24Mbps (4MBytes/sec).

And that's Asynchronous - what's the advertised upload rate on that line?

> At a client - they have a 1MB wireless connection.  The updates and
> commits take about 9 minutes.  Just sits there for 8 min 40 secs or so
> and then does the update in the last 20 secs.
> Both above scenarios on http
> By switching to https - there are no problems anywhere.  Just did a
> 3.5MB update in just over 2 min on the slower connection.

Does the slower connection have a transparent proxy which might be
inspecting all the HTTP traffic, but can't do the same for HTTPS?


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