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Re: svn commit/checkout performance issues (P5)

From: Brandon Ehle <azverkan_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-11-29 21:45:48 CET

> =========================================
> checkout
> ========
> accurev update 5:02
> svn checkout 17:36 (pretty long)
> =========================================
> repository size:
> svn 493,024K (~180,000 per kit version) (impressive)
> accurev 1,379,852K (~400,000K per kit version)

What are the working copy (client) sizes after checkout? Also what
filesystem are you running on the clients?

Also, do you know about the --bdb-txn-nosync flag or did you use the
FSFS repository format? During imports or commmits, setting the
--bdb-txn-nosync flag on the repository can be as much as 30x or more
speedup. On checkouts with this flag set, you should see about a 2x

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