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From: Lo´c Joly <loic.actarus.joly_at_wanadoo.fr>
Date: 2004-11-16 22:52:53 CET


I finally successfully configured both a http:// and a svn:// access for
my repository. And I am quite surprised by the difference of
performances. Doing the checkout of about 30 files is about 6 time
slower with http:// than with svn://.

It looks like a constant time delay (With either method, it takes about
the same time to checkout 30 files as it take to make a simple
non-recursive ls in the root (3 folders to list)).

My server is Linux, my client Windows, both on a local network, with a
round trip ping time <1ms.

I would like to know wether this kind of timing result is the classical
result, or if something strange is happening ? (FYI, we planned at first
to use the http:// method, to take advantage of per directory access
rights, but the rather high delay we have when doing anything related to
the repository might make us reconsider this decision).

Best regards,

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Received on Tue Nov 16 22:49:39 2004

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