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Windows 2000 performances

From: Guido Anzuoni <guido.anzuoni_at_kyneste.com>
Date: 2004-07-26 17:23:38 CEST

I am experiencing very bad performances with subversion 1.10rc1+Apache 2.0.50 on a Windows 2000 Server SP4 (3.0 GHz pentium)
executing a simple svn ls http://.... command.
Usign ethereal I can see that after a PROPFIND request issued by the client, and before the HTTP continuation packet is sent,
an ACK is received from the server with 200 msec delay.
When I issue the same command against a Linux server (Mandrake 8.2, svn 1.0.5 + Apache 2.0.48, 1.8 GHz pentium)
the global response is very fast ( 500 msec compared to 2.8 seconds needed to have the same response with Windows server).
Again, using ethereal, I can see no relevant delay in the flow of request/response.
More, the conversation with the linux server always have PSH bit on in data packets.
A little bit of additional information, if I issue the same ls command using svnserve server the response time
is pretty good and I can see PSH bit on in the packets, even on Windows server.

Any ideas ?

Thanks in advance,

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Received on Mon Jul 26 17:24:28 2004

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