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Re: Very poor performances with Apache 2.0.55

From: Emmanuel Blot <manu.blot_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-04 23:15:49 CET

Oh, ok, it would make it:
I only need per-repository access control, so I guess that I can use
this option.

However, I'm still not sure to understand why revision properties
(which are not related to a specific file, or path) require to check
each file of the revision. I'm really confused here ...


On 1/4/06, Garrett Rooney <rooneg@electricjellyfish.net> wrote:
> On 1/4/06, Emmanuel Blot <manu.blot@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Ok, I'll try to build this tomorrow or by the end of the week, and
> > keep you posted.
> Oops, it turns out that won't actually help. The underlying problem
> isn't the sending of many revprops, it's the authz checks that verify
> that you're able to see that revision at all. If there are lots of
> paths it will take a long time to check each of them, which you need
> to do to make path based authorization work. If you don't care about
> path based authz (i.e. you aren't controlling read access to parts of
> your repository via something like mod_authz_svn) you can turn off
> these checks via the SVNPathAuthz off directive, which should speed
> things up considerably.
> -garrett

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