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How to speed up commit (timing out, locking repo)?

From: John Norton <jnorton_at_groceryworks.com>
Date: 2005-05-11 00:11:00 CEST

Hi,
 
I'm using SVN 1.1.4 on Win2K server. Access is from the local machine
using SVNServe.
 
 
I'm trying to commit an images directory containing three subdirs for a
total of >120,000 files.
The smallest subdirectory has about 47,000 files, about 9 GB of data.
CPU and memory stay relatively low, 15-20% and yet it is taking days to
commit the small directory, often hanging in the middle and requiring a
recover of the repository. I've tried breaking the commits into smaller
subsets, but that require a lot more manual labor and won't scale very
far.
 
Any suggestions on how to better tune this? I can't use file:// as
this process needs to be replicated amongst several network clients once
it's working.
 
Thanks all,
 
John
 
 
Received on Wed May 11 00:12:18 2005

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