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Re: Svn scaling issue

From: Jani Averbach <jaa_at_jaa.iki.fi>
Date: 2005-01-14 21:02:10 CET

On 2005-01-14 11:08-0800, Arlo Belshee wrote:

> + Server: OS 10.3. Subversion v 1.0.2
> + Client: Win XP, fast hardware, NTFS. 2 Subversion clients (similar
> results with each): Tortoise, svn command-line client. Both are the ones for
> svn 1.0.2.
> + Access via svn+ssh. Normally with key agents, but using manual password
> for timing (so I can tell allocate time to a finer granularity). Total time
> similar with keys and passwords.
> + Clients run both virus scanner and firewall (standard corporate config).

Could you double check that your virus scanner isn't doing anything
stupid? I have seen inferior results with over-eager scanners.

If you could exclude .svn directories from scanning list that will
help, if you could exclude your whole working directories that will
the be best. If you have an exclude list for files: *.c, *.h and so
on, that probably won't help because SVN is storing your files as
<curr_dir>/.svn/text-base/*.c.svn-base so your scanner might scan also
those files.

BR, Jani

Jani Averbach
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Received on Fri Jan 14 21:07:45 2005

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