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Re: Windows vs. Linux Performance -- More info

From: Kelly Burkhart <kelly_at_kkcsm.net>
Date: 2005-04-26 15:45:59 CEST

steveking wrote:
> 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 just took a look at the INSTALL file in the 1.1.4. It seems that neon
only applies if I'm using the web interface. I am using svnserve.

Is there any other reason why building from source may help?


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