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Re: svn much slower than cvs

From: Niko Sams <ns_at_vivid-planet.com>
Date: 2004-12-10 07:48:04 CET

Thanks for your reply, here the answers to your question:

>It would be really helpful if you included more detail (i.e. OS and
>SVN version on the server, OS and SVN version of the client). For
>example, IIRC SVN behaves pretty poorly performance-wise on Windows
>when doing updates and commits because of the way Windows handles
>opening small files (someone correct me if I'm wrong). There was (is?)
>also a performance problem with mod_dav_svn and mod_authz_svn.
Our Server is a GNU/Linux i386 (Debian Sarge) with Subversion 1.0.9-2 -
as provided in the Distribution.
The clients are using TortoiseSVN 1.1.1 on Windows 2000.

>What protocol? Via WebDAV/mod_dav_svn? Via svn:// (svnserve) ?
We are connected via mod_dav_svn (1.0.9-2) using apache 2.0.52-3.

If svnserve is faster, we could of course switch over to that protocoll...
Or should i update the Subversion on the server?

Niko Sams

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