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RE: Subversion + Apache + SSL + Windows = low performance

From: Slava Skorykh <vskorykh_at_fortess.net>
Date: 2005-02-10 11:04:45 CET

>Slava Skorykh wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I have monitored network with Ethereal Network Analyzed and it shows that

>> there are 1-2 seconds delays in Apache2 responses.

> Network delays like this are often caused by DNS lookups or similar
> 'where am I what am I, who is that' network queries. Are all Apache
> requests delayed or just Subversion ones? Are you doing hostname
> lookups for your Apache log file or logging the IP address of the request?

I am not sure that DNS lookups cause delays:
1. In Apache log files there are no host names, only IP addresses
2. Delays are observed only for HTTPS protocol and there are no delays for
HTTP (svn checkout of an empty project for HTTPS ~30 seconds and for HTTP ~2

HTTPS handshake is also unlikely to cause the delays:
1. Ethereal Network Analyzed shows that port opened by Subversion client is
always the same for all the requests
2. I have configured SSLSessionCache and tested that it works with

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