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Re: subversion _really_ slow

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-18 18:11:16 CET

Marton Fabo <morton@eik.bme.hu> writes:
> Well, now I upgraded to svn 1.1.3, and compiled APR for it with the
> suggested /dev/urandom thing.
> Now BDB-based operation seems to be somewhat faster, thugh I haven't
> tested it very much, 'cause it's still taking excessively long
> time. It is still clearly unacceptable (hours).
> I tried the FSFS backend however, and it actually solved the
> problem. Now a typical commit executed on the whole file set takes
> around 10 minutes (this is about the time needed to simlply walk the
> whole tree and check for svn status), regardless of whether a few text
> files changed or a few thousand binary files. This is definitively
> bearable.

This is very, very odd. I've never heard of a result like this
between BDB and FSFS :-(. (I mean, I'm glad things are working for
you now, but this is very strange!)

Would you mind sending a description of your results to
dev@subversion.tigris.org? I'd like the other developers to be aware;
and since you're the primary source, it's mildly better if the thread
originates with you.


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Received on Fri Feb 18 18:29:15 2005

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