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Re: svn update slow / post-commit issues

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2005-03-23 03:00:26 CET

On Tuesday 22 March 2005 19:20, Joe Stump wrote:
> Well, I did two things to cut the update times down to nothing (well 3
> seconds via HTTP and 2 seconds using file://).
> 1.) Removed a directory that was filled with dynamically created
> content (ie. a new folder for each record is created in a single
> directory - legacy code - don't yell at me). This had 2500'ish
> directories each with 1-N images (about 400MB on disk).

Was the directory that you removed versioned? I'm curious because we
should skip over an unversioned directory and avoid checking the status
on those 2500 files. However, if the directory is versioned, there's
probably no clever way to avoid that. Just out of curiosity, how long
does it take to do an 'ls' in that directory?


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Received on Wed Mar 23 03:06:08 2005

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