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Re: Subverion times out.

From: Beef a <beef005_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-04-15 22:47:05 CEST


Beefa is in London. Tom is Australia.

I'm using Tortoise svn://

-- Beefa

>From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net>
>To: tom@mooball.com
>CC: users@subversion.tigris.org, Beef a <beef005@hotmail.com>
>Subject: Re: Subverion times out.
>Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 07:10:57 -0500
>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
>>Ive got a subversion server in Australia and one of the clients in London
>>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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