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Re: Performance

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-09-13 16:33:24 CEST

On Sep 13, 2005, at 15:54, Paul Koning wrote:

> Oh yes, one more data point. In one of my test runs of cvs2svn, I
> watched the log entries scroll by. In phase 5, where the SVN commits
> are done that create the equivalent of the CVS history, one of the
> commits took a very long time (many minutes), long enough that I
> thought it had gotten wedged due to a bug before I finally let it run
> to completion and noticed all was well.
> I don't have the revision number anymore, or other detail on what that
> hairy commit was. Is it possible that there is some really screwy
> transaction that would cause things to slow down very badly from then
> onwards?

Got any large files? I noticed an apparent several-minutes pause
while loading a dump of our repository, but it turns out it was just
uploading a 300-MB file.

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