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Re: performance issues over time

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-06-03 23:03:21 CEST

john.liao@mindspeed.com wrote:

>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.
Are you sure the script did not send any more data in the meantime that
the server was waiting on? The entire diff was sent in those first three

At any rate, wait until the script finishes running and see if you still
experience those problems. My point is that it's difficult to isolate
the variables until then. You are not likely to see that sort of
sustained pounding during everyday use.

If you still see problems, you may want to read "Berkeley DB
Configuration" in the Subversion book under Repository Administration
and also read the comments in DB_CONFIG.

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