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svn+ssh performance with tortoise

From: Nick Thompson <nickthompson_at_agere.com>
Date: 2005-11-24 17:32:20 CET

Being on RHEL3 with its very bad apache installation and already
having ssh setup nicely, I plumped for svn+ssh as an access protocol
- along with ssh-agent of course. It works very well from svn command
line and just as well from kdesvn GUI and kioslaves. Very fast

Of course it wasn't long before some users asked for access from
windows. So I got a laptop, installed tortoise and putty and I'm in.
Excellent. But its very slow. It seems to spend an age "thinking
about it" before any operation proceeds. Putty itself connects a
little slower than ssh on linux, but I'm note sure thats enough to
explain it.

Is this other peoples experiance as well? Can I tune anything to
improve the situation?


> Nick Thompson
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