This is really an SVN question and not an Tortoise question.
The only way to know would be to measure some timings with and without the
Jenkins polling. It would probably depend on whether the check in/out
occurred at the same time as a Jenkins poll.
However, wouldn't it be better to set something up in the post commit hook
to trigger Jenkins?
On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 10:43 AM, Abraham, Reagan <
> Currently, we have a few Jenkins jobs configured to poll SVN every single
> minute to look for check-ins to initiate a build. I was wondering if
> setting the poll at a high frequency such as this, affects SVN’s
> Lately, we have been experiencing a slight lag(up to 20secs) when checking
> in code with SVN or performing an update. Is there a way I can monitor the
> response time to test and see if this lag is related to our current
> frequency of poll in Jenkins?
> I will appreciate any input in this matter.
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