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RE: svn+ssh performance with tortoise

From: Jonathan Chum <xanthis_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-03 16:59:15 CET

We've noticed that as the tree structure increases, trying to commit changes
at the root level of a project is considerably much longer than trying to
commit it at a per user folder. I believe it's due to recursion which slows
down the commit process.

So instead, I just commit the folders as needed, and not doing it at the
root folder.

- Jonathan

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-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Butt [mailto:tony.butt@cea.com.au] 
Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2005 5:07 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Cc: Nick Thompson
Subject: Re: svn+ssh performance with tortoise
Nick Thompson wrote:
> 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 
> indeed.
>
> 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?
>
> Thanks,
>   
Our experience is that subversion runs faster from a linux client than a 
windows client (tortoise ro command line svn).
The windows clients do seem to have a stall time before they get going, 
which we cannot account for.
Tony Butt
CEA TEchnologies
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