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Profiling User Actions

From: Leonel <togniolli+tigris_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2010 06:23:37 -0700 (PDT)


We have a few very large SVN repositories and I would like to keep track of how much time my team spends on SVN actions day to day in order adjust our process or take other actions.

I came up with a few client side hooks that log commit and update times.

I'd like to have access to more actions (merge and switch are the most important ones. revert is a bit further down in the list). I also wanted to get notified when update/commit failed or was canceled.

Finally, having some kind of smarter logging would be ideal (how much time did it take to generate the list of files to commit, what percentage of the update was bandwidth constrained vs disk speed constrained).

Are there ways to get the information I want? Any other alternative suggestions?

Thanks in advance.


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