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Re: Large repository - slow svn update

From: Daniel Berlin <dberlin_at_dberlin.org>
Date: 2005-12-08 19:39:35 CET

On Thu, 2005-12-08 at 18:52 +0100, Giovanni Bajo wrote:
> Daniel Montero <danim@soin.co.cr> wrote:
>
> > Could you explain further on why is svn update slow for large
> > repositories, so I can do a workaround
> > in the meanwhile. Does it depends on large files, lot of files,
> > large, commits, or what ? Can I apply
> > a 1.4 patch for my 1.2.3 installation ?
>
>
> First, you should really switch to 1.3 as it contains several tweaks for large
> repositories.
> I'm CC'ing Daniel who is the author of the patch (IIRC). Daniel, any way to
> apply the "fast svn update" patch to 1.3?
>

Depends on where his slowdown is.

If it's because his filesystem requires stat's of each file to get the
filetype, but not to get the names, then yes, that patch is rather easy
to backport (in fact, it was first done against 1.3.x, then i forward
ported it).

If his slowdown is due to something else (reading of properties to look
for svn:special and svn:externals), then he would need the propcaching
stuff that went into 1.4, and you really don't want to try to backport
that.

--Dan

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