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'svn log' very slow on windows.

From: Aniruddha Apte <aniapte_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-01-05 12:24:49 CET


My company is considering moving to Svn from Cvs. As part of this
process we are evaluating svn. After creating the repository, I
imported our whole tree that has around 5300 files in 1600
directories. Then i checked out one directory with 4 files for
testing. However "svn log" is too slow inside this dir. It takes close
to 15 seconds to produce the output that has 2 revisions. During this
time the CPU usage shoots up to 100% with 97% used by Apache.

I noticed that the first revision log info has a list of all paths
affected, which in my case is 5300+1600 paths because the whole tree
was added in this revision. This is quiet a lot of data. I guess this
is the reason it is so slow. So this means that the 1st revision log
will be included in the logs of all files.
Am i right?

Can someone please suggest a workaround to make svn log to take less time?

Our setup is as follows:
Svn server running on P4 2.3Ghz, Win2k box with 512 mb ram.
svn, version 1.1.1 (r11581) compiled Oct 23 2004, 14:47:47
Apache 2.0.52

thanks in advance.

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