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Re: svn much slower than cvs

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-12-10 18:16:47 CET

Sams Niko <ns@vivid-planet.com> writes:
> We use now Subversion for our Websites-Repository.
> It is quite huge, nearly 1GB (many images, pdfs, flash etc...)
> and so a checkout took over 20 Minutes!
> with CVS it took us about 2 Minutes...
> I suppose this is because svn has to create the base-copy in the
> .svn-folder?
> what could we do to speed things up?
> an update takes quite long too! (much longer than with CVS)
> Any ideas/suggestions on that?
> PS: we are connected to the svn-server over an ethernet connection

On a LAN, Subversion is (in most operations) slower than CVS. I'm
surprised at a 2 minute versus 20 minute difference, but without
details of the server setup and network in both situations it's hard
to say more.

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