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Poor performance of svn list 1.1.1

From: Brett Sutton <bsutton_at_idatam.com.au>
Date: 2005-01-02 00:15:45 CET

I've just downloaded subversion 1.1.1 and I'm having problems with the

svn list command.

Basically the command is extremely slow.

For instance, attempting to get access to the root of the Tigris
subversion repository (without the recursion option) takes approximately
7 seconds.

During this time a significant amount of network traffic is observed.

I have tried the same thing with a number of other repositories with the
same results (7 seconds seems to be the baseline).

Given that I would expect a command like this, when it is returning only
half a dozen directory entries, to be sub-second the performance is

Is this a known problem?

Are there any work arounds?

By the way javahl experiences the same problem (not surprisingly).

Should I be entering a bug report for this?


I've resubmitted this question after realising that the original posting had a particularly bad subject line.

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