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svn cleanup performance

From: Alex Kiesel <alex_at_kiesel.name>
Date: 2006-03-25 10:51:02 CET

Hi all,

(I've searched the archives but was unable to find an answer or
discussion on this)

we've got an svn repository with ~70000 files and directories. Updating
it on a daily basis takes a long time (so I've put that into a cron).
However, occasionally, errors occur and I have to svn cleanup.

I noticed that `svn cleanup` at the root of the repository takes
_really_ long time (more than 30 minutes) and eats up up to 200 MB of
RAM.

Is there any way to tweak this, to make it faster and/or slimmer (apart
from making sure only to work on smaller sub-trees of the repo)? I
assume this is server-independent; my box is a FreeBSD box, but it also
occurs on various Linux boxes.

Regards,
-Alex

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