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Re: svn log hangs?

From: Bernhard Merkle <news_at_merkleonline.de>
Date: 2006-07-07 08:31:03 CEST

same problem here. I have converted a large CVS repo to SVN with cvs2svn
and now the client nearly feezes when i invoke log/history in
TortoiseSVN (SVN and TSVN all new releases and server is run both with
svn:// and http://)

any idea how to resolve this problem ?

kind regards,

Stephen Davis wrote:
> I have seen 18 minute logs using Apache and FSFS for a single file with
> somewhere on the order of 4500 revisions. How many revisions does this
> file have?
> Speaking of which, I know Subversion is doing a lot of work for such
> files but perhaps someone on the dev team could look at the performance
> of the log operation a little more? I get a lot of flack at work from
> some CVS old-timers about this issue. :-)
> BTW, if you don't need all of the log and you can upgrade to 1.3.x, the
> "--limit=N" option to svn log is a lifesaver.
> stephen
> On Jul 6, 2006, at 9:56 AM, Straw, Scott J wrote:
>> “svn log <fileName>” is hung or taking over an hour to run. We are
>> using Apache on the respository server, and clients are using
>> Subversion 1.2.3.
>> Any ideas?
>> - Scott

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