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Re: Performance

From: Jon Bendtsen <jon.bendtsen_at_laerdal.dk>
Date: 2005-09-14 10:18:29 CEST

Den 13. sep 2005 kl. 23:37 skrev Paul Koning:

>>>>>> "Daniel" == Daniel Rucci <rucci@warganizer.com> writes:
> Daniel> Paul Koning wrote:
>>> Just a thought... I have .htaccess files enabled, would that
>>> matter?
> Daniel> According to apache it might:
> Daniel> [...] "When AllowOverride is set to allow the use of
> Daniel> .htaccess files, Apache will look in every directory for
> Daniel> .htaccess files. Thus, permitting .htaccess files causes a
> Daniel> performance hit, whether or not you actually even use them!"
> Daniel> [...]
> Yes, that's what I was thinking about when I wrote the note. But does
> that also affect the operations that occur while svn is in the middle
> of doing a long complex job, like a massive checkout? It sounds like
> mod_dav_svn has its own machinery that does not rely on stuff like
> .htaccess, so the performance issue mentioned in the Apache book would
> not apply.

I think .htaccess does matter, because i think the apache server will
alot of
get /svn/project/file1.txt
get /svn/project/file2.txt
get /svn/project/file3.txt
get /svn/project/file4.txt
get /svn/project/file5.txt
get /svn/project/file111111.txt

And it will probably check for the .htaccess file every time.


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