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Tuning/Monitoring Subversion Performances

From: Frederic Conrotte [FRSGlobal] <frederic.conrotte_at_frsglobal.com>
Date: 2006-01-31 17:41:00 CET


I'm trying to push my company to adopt SVN instead of their current bloated
I've been looking for this subject on the list archives and in the docs but
I didn't found anything useful.
Is there some "tip and tricks" to improve Subversion's performances ?

I'm currently using svnserve on a P4 2,5GhZ 1Go RAM and sometimes when I
import several files (about 15 files) to the server, it takes 4 or 5 minutes
before its done.

I mean :
- Is the client a performance criteria ? (I'm using TortoiseSVN)
- Is database type a criteria ?
- svnserve better/worse than Apache webserver ?

Or maybe there is a way to "look" at what is the server's bottleneck ?


Received on Tue Jan 31 17:47:38 2006

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