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Re: Subversion speed

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-02 00:14:40 CEST

Daniel Patterson <danpat@danpat.net> writes:
> I'm not sure on the CVS protocol, but the SVN HTTP
> protocol has a reasonable amount of round-trips,
> at least one for every file. If you've got a stack
> of small files, a HTTP GET request will be sent
> for each one. If you have high bandwidth, but high
> latency, that's going to be a factor. svnserve is
> probably better behaving.

SVN's HTTP/DAV protocol no longer behaves like this in most
circumstances, just FYI. It uses custom reports to avoid the extra
network turnarounds associated with individual GET requests.


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