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Re: AW: Performance with many project files

From: Erik Anderson <erikba_at_teamworkgroup.com>
Date: 2004-08-04 09:04:25 CEST

Just a comment from someone in the peanut gallery who also has problems
with this and would love someone else to give an answer with a little
more authority...

I noticed that subversion operations would suddenly go much faster if I
told my anti-virus scanner to go to sleep for a few minutes. If this
improves things for you, you may try to get your av scanner to stay out
of .svn folders (if you can figure out how)

Eisenmann, Matthias wrote:

> Sorry, this times are all MINUTES, not seconds!
>
> Matthias
>
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> *Von: * Eisenmann, Matthias
> *Gesendet: * Donnerstag, 29. Juli 2004 11:54
> *An: * 'users@subversion.tigris.org'
> *Betreff: * Performance with many project files
>
> Hello,
>
> We would like to use subversion to keep sources and tests of our
> project. Our project tree contains abaut 30 000 files in 12 500
> directories. On a Intel Pentium with 2.6 GHz and 532.756 KB RAM
> (client machine) there are the following times:
>
> * complete checkout: 19 seconds (this will be acceptable )
>
> * delete of a file in a leaf of the project tree: < 1 second
> (this will be acceptable )
> * commit in a leaf of the project tree after delete: < 1 second
> (this will be acceptable )
>
> * add of a file in the root of the project tree: < 1 second
> (this will be acceptable )
>
> * delete of a file in the root of the project tree: 7 second
> (this will be NOT acceptable)
> * commit in the root of the project tree after delete or add: 11
> second (this is not nice, but may be acceptable)
>
> Why are the times so long for operations which are done only in
> one single directory near the root of the tree? The duration of
> commands like delete and status is not accteptable then. To
> force the commands not to work recursively (if they really do!)
> doesn't resolve the problem, because we would like to use a user
> interface like tortoise svn - there its often not possible to
> switch off recursion.
>
> In projects with a small number of very long files i don't have
> this problem.
>
> Has anybody experience with the same problem?
>
> Thanks
>
> Matthias
>

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