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Slow commit

From: Bralab <bralab_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-25 13:46:41 CEST

A friend and I each have a laptop (WinXP) which are connected via a router
(we sit next to each other). We both use Tortoisesvn Subversion 1.2.1
Build 3895.

Brams laptop has the repository. Commits and checkouts work fine on the
same laptop. Previously we could commit and checkout normally.

Checkout from Bram's laptop to Mahendras laptop still work fine on
Mahendra's laptop; several files take a few seconds.
But since a few months committing from Mahendras laptop to Brams laptop
takes around 10-30 minutes for a few files of a few hundred kilobytes
(about two minutes per file even if it is only 100 KB in size).
It's not only sending that takes long: we added files before and when
committing (so they were marked with a plus icon) which worked very fast.
But then we do the actual commit and the commit window shows first the
adding part and then the sending part. Both parts during the commit take
very long, not just the sending allone.

(Someone else describes a similar problem though the circumstances are
completely different: http://svn.haxx.se/tsvn/archive-2004-10/0341.shtml)

We think our personal firewall (zonealarm) are set ok. We did change
several settings and upgraded from a previous TortoiseSvn, to try to fix
the problem, everything seems ok except the very slow commits.

We searched for a solution in our settings and on the Subversion website
but found nothing. Can you help? Point us to some description of a
solution? Thank you very much.
Friendly greetings, Bram and Mahendra.

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