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Re: Subverion times out.

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-15 14:10:57 CEST

Tom Cameron wrote:
> Subversion very slow over internet.

I certainly hope not; it's specifically designed for a WAN, and
specifically designed to use as little network traffic as possible.
Developers all over the world commit to Subversion's own repository
without problem.

> Ive got a subversion server in Australia and one of the clients in London is
> complaining that they can only checkin one file at a time or else it times
> out completely. These are very small files - some only 50 lines long.

Using what? svn:// ? http:// ?

> Does anybody know of any logical reason why it should be so bad? Nothing
> else on that same connection is timing out.

Perhaps the ISP is interfering with the connection (a web proxy?). What
would be useful is doing an ethereal trace of the failed operation, and
posting that data so we can see.

> Howdy All,
> I'd appreciate a bit of help regarding the following TortoiseSVN error
> that occurs when attempting to commit multiple files (from the UK to
> Australia).

And "Beef a" is the other guy in London, right? :-)

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