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From: Steven Velez <svelez_at_ironcad.com>
Date: 2004-11-04 19:37:30 CET

Hello All,

I am currently in the process of evaluating a new source control
solution for my company and have run in to a problem with subversion
(which is the one I'm pulling for :).

We are Windows shop, but the server is running Redhat linux 9 with
self-compiled apache and subversion (Apache/2.0.50 (Unix) ... tags
omitted for brevity ... SVN/1.1.0)

My problem is that a very simple ls query takes a very long time on my
repository. So if I issue the following command:

        C:\eclipses\Default>svn ls
        Error validating server certificate for
         - The certificate is not issued by a trusted authority. Use the
           fingerprint to validate the certificate manually!
        Certificate information:
         - Hostname: yyyyyy.yyyyyyy.com
         - Valid: from Nov 1 14:47:03 2004 GMT until Nov 1 14:47:03
2005 GMT
         - Issuer: R&D, MyCo, LLC, Atlanta, Georgia, US
         - Fingerprint:
        (R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently? t

Then it takes 3.5 minutes from the time I type 't' to the time it lists
the one subdirectory of my current directory. This causes timeout
problems in some GUI clients that I have tried (which are what the rest
of the company will be using). While it is true that my repository is a
little on the large side (~15000 items, 4000 revs at about 2 GB in size)
it really should not affect a non-recursive operation.

When I was trying to gather more info for this post, I turned apache
error log to the debug level, and at that point, I get tons of info logs
stating that access is granted to files in the repo... I would assume I
get it for all the files under my current directory. I am using
mod_authz_svn, so perhaps this is causing the issue?

Anyways, any help I could get would be appreciated... if you need any
more info from me, please let me know.


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