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Re: abysmal merge performance

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2017 09:09:35 +0100

On 09.02.2017 19:09, Charles Wilt wrote:
>> For starters: Please upgrade to the latest TSVN version (1.9.5) and
>> recheck whether you still see the same behavior.
> Yes...merging still abysmally slow..
> Some statistics
> Trunk: 38,822 objects, 331 folders, 2.63GB
> A recursive checkout of a trunk
> 202.13 MBytes transferred in 3 minute(s) and 57 second(s)
> auto-merge of feature branch back to trunk..
> 211 kBytes transferred in 46 minute(s) and 19 second(s)
> That auto merge was from a feature branch that had a sparse checkout of a single object.

First, make sure that you're running a recent version of svn on the
server. If you have a too old server version, that version might not
know about merge tracking yet and then you'll get very bad performance.

Since only 211kBytes were transferred but that took 46 minutes, you
should have a look at your repository on the server. A dump/load cycle
seems necessary here to make sure all data is properly indexed and
available fast when needed.


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