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RE: Re: TSVN treating repo connections as free greatly reduces the responsiveness of svn+ssh protocol

From: Ryan Rutledge <ryandrutledge_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 2 Oct 2015 08:06:13 -0700 (PDT)

> On 29.09.2015 21:41, Ryan Rutledge wrote:
>
> > Changing that setting reduced the number from 16 in one instance to 10.
> > I can only account for 3 of them by the CLI equivalence guideline, though:
> > svn list <rootURL>
> > svn list <rootURL/project>
> > svn list <rootURL/project/trunk>
> >
> > The trunk does contain 7 items - 1 subfolder and 6 files. Coincidence?
> > Is the repo browser doing some additional operation on each child,
> > beyond just losing them? I ask because svn list -v seems to already give
> > all the same information presented in the repo browser. I tried a
> > different project with only 5 children (all files) in the trunk, but
> > there were still 10 sessions.
> >
> > This doesn't add up.
>
> Also uncheck "Show externals" and "Show locks" on that settings page.
> TSVN will otherwise also fetch the properties of each item to check for
> svn:externals and also for locks.
>
> Stefan
>
I had already cleared those two options at the same time I unchecked the pre-fetch option. As of right now, it looks like a bug in TSVN to me, unless there is yet some other setting that may cause unexplained repo operations.

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