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Would a proxy cache be worthwhile to improve checkout performance?

From: John Waycott <jwaycott_at_cox.net>
Date: 2005-10-06 16:51:33 CEST

We are running subversion with repositories in the US and development
offices scattered throughout the world. I'm getting a lot of complaints
about slow performance, and there is a lot of pressure to move the
repositories to the remote offices. I'd rather keep the repository
centralized because of our security requirements and to simplify

One possibility to improve the times is to install squid in the remote
offices to cache the data. I remember reading a message back in
September from Ben that this may not make much difference because of the
way Subversion gets the data. Can anyone with exprieence using squid and
Subversion shed some kight on this? I don't want to install it and find
out it makes no difference.

John Waycott
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Received on Thu Oct 6 21:14:57 2005

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