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Re: checkout performance

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-20 21:14:40 CET

See if it's possible to exclude the WC directory from the scanner's view.

Although that would put a whole bunch of users at risk, if one
person's WC got infected, it would spread to the repository on the
next commit and then to other WCs upon update. Maybe a temporary
disable is the smarter way to go.

But I'd take it as a good time to take a forced break. Many desk-job
folks don't get up and walk around enough, it gets to be bad for your
back and circulation.

On 12/20/05, Res Pons <pons32@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks! Since I can't disable my virus scanner temprarily (or should I?), I
> guess check out is a great excuse to walk away from my desk for a break?! :)
>
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> On 12/20/05, Res Pons <pons32@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > I use FSFS & run SVN on Apache. Yeah I figured the bottle necking could
> be
> > happening on the windows desktop. And not just mine. All my users have
> the
> > same complaints. Any suggesting for optimization? I did suggest to them
> to
> > run chkdsk /f or scandisk and force a defrag.
>
> One performance-killer can be on-access virus scanners (desktop or
> server, or both). You're creating/modifying a *lot* of files doing
> the checkout (on the desktop) and that can sometimes bog down in the
> virus scan.
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