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Slow checkout and commit when working copy is on a network drive

From: Craig Putnam <chputnam_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2004-06-17 08:34:05 CEST

"svn checkout" and "svn commit" are very slow on my system, on the order of
6 minutes to check out the entire archive (I haven't bothered timing the
commit). The repository is a local file. My working copy is on a network
drive. The files in the example total about 20KB in size.

J:\>c:\bin\time svn checkout file:///c:/svn/scoresdb/trunk .
A enterscore.php
A createsearch.php
A common.headers.inc.php
A createpart.php
A common.settings.inc.php
A Design document.txt
A common.display.inc.php
A createpart.display.inc.php
A acceptpart.php
A createtables.sql
A acceptpart.data.inc.php
A index.php
A createsystem.php
A common.data.inc.php
A common.error.inc.php
Checked out revision 1.
0.01user 0.01system 6:03.51elapsed 0%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 0maxresident)k
0inputs+0outputs (0major+0minor)pagefaults 0swaps

A checkout of the same repository onto the C: drive takes 3.8 seconds. I
know that I can't (or shouldn't) keep the repository on a networked drive,
but I haven't read anything about the working copy.

I am running Subversion 1.0.4 under Win32. Both computers are running
Windows XP Pro SP1.


-- Craig Putnam

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