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Re: Not ready for prime time

From: Nathan Kidd <nathan-svn_at_spicycrypto.ca>
Date: 2006-02-16 23:37:28 CET

>> On 2/16/06, Kevin Aubuchon wrote:
>>> We've been using subversion and TortoiseSVN now for several weeks
>>> on a large project. The performance is dismal.... I'm tring to delete a
>>> directory from a branch. After 45 mintes I killed my DOS window and
>>> am trying again.

>> Don't delete from the working copy. Instead, use the URL version of
>> the svn delete command. The delete will happen in less than 1 second.

> I did use the URL.

In this case there must be something terribly wrong with your server
setup and you have a lot more patience then most, to have considered
this "just the way it works"!

If you are using a CollabNet setup you probably should contact them
directly for support. Otherwise you'd need to list details of your
setup before anyone could help.

I work on a "large" project of around ~15 million LOC and we have no
problems -- typical operations on smaller trees finish within seconds.
On very large trees merging might take a couple minutes at most.


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