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Re: subversion performance, one file checkout, no text-base

From: Vianney Lecroart <vianney.lecroart_at_f4-group.com>
Date: 2006-01-11 09:03:00 CET

Nobody know these answers?
Should I post to the dev list?

> I read mailing list archives and saw that the only messages about
> performance were in 2002. I did some tests and it seems that Subversion
> is faster.
> The test server is a GNU/Linux Pentium 3 1Ghz, 512MB RAM on 100MBPS
> Local network (only 12% of the network is used during the test), could
> you confirm that the bottleneck on the server is the CPU frequency? or
> can it be the RAM? I don't really know if I can have better performance
> with a better CPU or with more RAM?
> Second question, I saw on the archive that you told about the
> possibility to remove the text-base file on the working copy (at least
> for binary files). Is it implemented? If not, is it planned? When?
> Third question, I saw in the FAQ that it's not possible to check out
> only one file. Is it planned to implement it? When?

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