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Re: Performance of svn / experience with large project trees

From: Ivan-Assen Ivanov <ivanassen_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-08-04 16:16:28 CEST

> >7 minutes for deleting a
> > file in the project root.
> As for deleting a file in the project root being slow, I think that is
> unrelated to Subversion. If you're using an NTFS filesystem, then be
> aware that deletes are horrendously slow on NTFS.

Well, however slow deletes on NTFS might be, they are not
7-minutes-for-a-single-file slow...

It's interesting to time several operations on the same project tree
with 30 000 files:

- checkout from Subversion (this actually creates on the order of 60
000 files + SVN back-end operations)
- export from Subversion (creating only 30 000 files + SVN back-end operations)
- copy of the entire folder (reading and writing file structures for
about 60 000 files, without SVN back-end operations)
- unzipping the entire folder from an archive (creating 30 000 files
without SVN back-end operations)

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