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transferred data size

From: Danton Estevam Pinto <dantonepinto_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2012 15:00:22 -0800 (PST)

I have a repository that contains only binary files compressed. The total size of these files is around 1.2 GBytes.
But when the repository checkout is completed, the Tortoise SVN shows that around 120 MBytes were transferred.

I understand that there may be a compression at the time of data transfer. But I doubt that it is as efficient for already compressed files.
So even if the value shown is the compressed size it is still wrong.

Please! Review whether at some point the size transferred is divided by 10 before being displayed. Or if at some point the size transferred is divided by 10,024 instead of 1024 in the conversion of Bytes in MBytes.

I also read the following topics, but they all came to the conclusion that this is not a bug. But I believe it is.

1 - Bug in the progress window (amount of data transferred)
2 - bug: "transferred" counter in update dialog displays wrong information
3 - MBytes transferred incorrect
4 - BUG: wrong number of bytes transferred shown in update dialog
5 - Transferred quantity is smaller than actual quantity ==&gt; compressed?
6 - Bytes Transferred Vs Actual File Size
7 - Transferred size indicator issue when updating
8 - TortoiseSVN shows bytes transferred to disk not server
9 - MBytes transferred figure in Update dialog appears wrong


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