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Re: svn cvs speed

From: Dave Neary <david_at_phenix.fr>
Date: 2004-11-16 17:27:49 CET

Hi Natalya,

Natalya Smirnov wrote:
> Do you know a method to calculate timing to perform basic operations in
> svn and cvs?

The Unix command "time" might help you.

Take a CVS repository, and an equivalent Subversion repository (the
generation of an equivalent Subversion repository, complete with
revision history, might be a problem (cvs2svn can help, but I have found
in the past that cvs2svn repositories are not optimal wrt branch
creation). Then

time svn co -d Xsvn X
time cvs co -d Xcvs X

will give you timings for a checkout from both. You might try different
operations (creating a branch, for example) in both to see the
difference. For checking in, generate a patch file from one of the
working copies, apply it to both.


David Neary
Phenix Engineering
110 ave Jean Jaures, 69007 Lyon
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