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RE: Windows Performances Again

From: Ilya Kaushansky <ik_at_transas.com>
Date: 2004-08-27 18:08:39 CEST

Hi,

absolutely correct. Buildin' neon under Win32 with HAVE_SETSOCKOPT increases
performance dramatically.
If do not, you'll have ~2 second delays on each op.

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sincerely yours,
ilya kaushansky
-----Original Message-----
From: Guido Anzuoni [mailto:guido.anzuoni@kyneste.com] 
Sent: Friday, August 27, 2004 6:27 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Windows Performances Again
Hello,
regarding the latency of svn ls http://... command when both client and
server runs on (separate) Windows machines, 
likely due to Nagle algorithm, I have posted the topic on neon list too and
I have received some suggestion that follows.
....
If you add
#define HAVE_SETSOCKOPT 1
to config.hw and rebuild neon, does that help?  (maybe put a #warning in 
the setsockopt code to ensure it's really getting compiled)
....
Looking at config.hw shipped with subversion 1.1 HAVE_SETSOCKOPT is not
defined. Is it taken into account somewhere else ? Setting the flag on
windows platform doesn't work ?
Just for couriosity, svn ls http://... using an intermediate Linux proxy is
faster that talking directly to the Windows server ....
Guido.
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