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RE: Tuning/Monitoring Subversion Performances

From: Frederic Conrotte [FRSGlobal] <frederic.conrotte_at_frsglobal.com>
Date: 2006-02-02 10:07:22 CET

>Run the standard array of performance monitors on your server (you don't
specify Windows, Linux or other).
The server is Win2003

>Have your network admins check the network for bottlenecks. There may be a
slow router between you and the server. Try setting up a >subversion server
on your workstation and see if performance improves.
Thanks for the advice, I'll try this first.

>MORE IMPORTANT than your repository speed is its stability. If you haven't
lost data in VSS, if you haven't had a corruption problem >with any files
yet...you will. Having suffered through a major VSS corruption, performance
is secondary to me - yes, the repository
>needs to be responsive, but my primary concern is that everything I store
is safe.
On this side I totally agree with you :-)

Thanks !

Fred
Received on Thu Feb 2 10:22:57 2006

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