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Svnserve vs. Apache

From: Eden Crane <ecrane_at_pacwest.com>
Date: 2005-04-05 22:06:10 CEST

In the process of implementing Subversion. We do web development and our repository will probably have 20-30 thousand files in it. We want updates and commits to go as quickly as possible. So far I have set up Subversion on 2 different machines. I am using TortiseSVN to access the repositories and it seems to me that Apache is quicker then svnserve.

It is not my intention to start a flame-fest here, but can anyone else share their experience? I don't need some of the features that apache makes easy like read vs write access or refined authentication/access control.

Whats faster, Apache or Svnserve? Maybe I was using svnserve incorrectly... should it be loaded via inetd or running as a stand-alone? What about multiple instances of svnserve to speed it up (or would that really break some stuff...)


Eden Crane

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Received on Wed Apr 6 18:48:49 2005

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