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Re: performance issues over time

From: <john.liao_at_mindspeed.com>
Date: 2004-06-03 22:48:32 CEST

> But, is this script still running? All indications from your email are
that it is indeed still running while you are attempting to run svn list
from the other > machine. If your script is keeping svnserve busy then it
is very likely it is affecting the performance of all other clients.

Well yes, my script is still running. But I had assume that svnserve can
handle multiple developers hitting it simultaneously.

I ran a network trace on a commit done by the running migration script:

first 3 seconds : Win2k pc tells the svnserve on the Sun box to commit a

204 seconds later, svnserve responds with a success code.

It took less than 3 seconds for my client pc to send all the data to
My issue why does it take so long to commit a file? Why did it take
almost 3.5 minutes for svnserve to respond?

John Liao

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