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Re: Performance (Subversion vs. CVS)

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-09-14 04:35:43 CEST

Greg Ward <gward@python.net> writes:
> But I've been playing around with timing "cvs co" and "cvs up" versus
> their Subversion counterparts, and the results are not good. In a
> nutshell, CVS is 5-15 times faster at checking out and updating working
> trees.

Re checkout, this is no surprise (though our own measurements only had
Subversion 2 or at most 3 times slower).

Subversion's updating is optimized a bit more for network usage, so
your test results (run with local repository) are not as outrageous as
I at first thought. What happens when you try it over a network? Or
is local repository access a normal configuration for your shop


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