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Re: Update speed with svn:externals over svn+ssh?

From: Thomas Harold <thomas-lists_at_nybeta.com>
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2013 12:21:49 -0400

On 10/31/2013 11:56 AM, Thomas Harold wrote:
> We use svn+ssh to talk to our SVN server (TortoiseSVN -> PuTTY's plink
> -> SSH public-key pairing).
> The issue is that for each svn:external defined that has to be checked
> during an SVN update, it seems like it takes 2-3 seconds per svn:external.


Making sure that GSSAPIAuthentication is set to "no" (the default in
OpenSSH) as well as setting UseDNS to "no" seems to speed things up a bit.

My test runs took around 0.720u / 0.080s when measured and both
GSSAPIAuthentication and UseDNS were set to "yes". After setting both
of those to "no", time per test run dropped to the range of 0.069u /
0.025s. But overall wall-clock time only drops from 5.5-6.5s down to
around 4.5-5.1s.

Ping time is around 15-16ms.


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