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Re: Relative performance of http:// vs. svn://

From: Daniel Morbach Serodio <dserodio_at_mandic.com.br>
Date: 2005-09-16 15:24:13 CEST

Thanks for the information. I find HTTP access to be extremely convenient, is
it safe to have both svnserve and Apache serving the same repository? The
server runs Debian GNU/Linux.

Thanks,
Daniel Serodio

---- Mensagem Original ----

From: "Carsten Koch"

To: "Daniel Morbach Serodio"

Sent: Qui, Setembro 15, 2005 12:44 pm

Subject: Re: Relative performance of http:// vs. svn://

> Daniel Morbach Serodio wrote:

>> Hi!

>>

>> Does anyone have any numbers wrt the relative performance of the http and
>> the

>> svn protocols?

>

> I do not have exact numbers, but I know that http can be

> e - x - t - r - e - m - e - l - y s - l - o - w

> sometimes. See the thread

> "svn list -R of medium-size repository takes 10 hours."

> in this list.

> Just today I got a call from one of my users who complained

> how very slow "svn co" is compared to "gunzip < f | tar xf -".

> So, if performance is very important to you, you may be

> better off with the svn protocol.

>

> Carsten.

>

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