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Re: Windows vs. Linux Performance -- More info

From: steveking <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-04-25 22:38:20 CEST

Kelly Burkhart wrote:
>> To checkout trunk w/svn command line app:
>> Linux: 0m 15s
>> Windows: 2m 53s

That's completely expected.
Subversion builds against the neon library 0.24.7 right now. But that
version has the HAVE_SETSOCKOPT option not defined on Windows.
Without that compile option, neon doesn't set some socket options and
then windows waits a certain amount of time between sent packets.

You can of course compile Subversion yourself, and patch the
neonconfig.hw file to have a line
in it. That will get rid of that wait time and speed up the whole
process a lot.

I'm not sure if it helps for checkouts if the client is built that way.
You could try TortoiseSVN, because that one has neon patched with the
If it's not any faster, then you have to compile Subversion yourself.

Or ask the Subversion devs to either set that option when they do the
Windows build or use neon 0.25 instead (which now has that option set
for Windows itself too).


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