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Re: Very Slow Reviewing Revision

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-01 22:48:03 CET

On Wed, 1 Dec 2004 08:42:50 -0800 (PST), Tom Smith <witisi@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I setup a subversion repository a couple of months
> ago. So far it has been great, no real problems.
> I am (mostly) sure that I tested the ability to view
> revisions during setup, but it seems I now have a
> problem.
> Using Tortoise SVN, I try to view a revision. This
> takes forever. (2-4 minutes :P )
> Repository has a few thousand files, total size 70MB.
> I am running it on a RH ES3 server using apache as the
> front end. While waiting to view a revision, top
> reveals 99-102% percent being used by the http
> process.

Subversion version?
Apache version?
Maybe other system details that might be relevant?

> I understand this is a rather large repository, and I
> may just need to break it up, but is this normal?

Umm; actually we don't consider that big yet, so... No, it's not
normal. But maybe if you told us the rest of the info: what does 'view
a revision' mean? View the log? Running diff? Running ls?

> Thanks for you help.



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