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Re: checkout, update, and commit are slow using WinXP client with a WebDav repo

From: Erik Pilz <epilz_at_altastrada.com>
Date: 2006-07-21 05:59:03 CEST

Erik Pilz wrote:
> [snip]
> Thanks for putting together the build, DJ. With the build I was able to
> get the client to print the debug output.
> Comparing the SVN debug output to the output from Ethereal there's one
> interesting thing that I noticed: the content-length header is set to
> 204 bytes, but the actual body size seems to be 205 bytes.
> I'll keep testing to see if I can uncover any more info, but let me know
> if you have any ideas. I've included the outputs from both tools at the
> end of the message if you're interested.
> Also, I've copied the mailing list to see if anyone in the community
> might be able to provide some insight.
> Cheers,
> Erik

I found the problem: Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 (specifically version KAV scans all network traffic and effectively acts as a
proxy. However, when disabled KAV will continue to process all traffic,
it just won't inspect the data.

The solution for the problem is to add the Subversion executable as a
trusted application. Here are the steps in case there's anyone else out
there running into this problem:

1. Open up KAV and click on Settings.
2. Click on "Protection".
3. Click on the "Trusted Zones" button.
4. On the "Trusted Applications" tab click the "Add..." button.
5. Browse to the Subversion executable, check all of the options in the
"Properties" section, and click the "OK" button.

Still not sure why KAV doesn't like SVN, but I'm glad I have a solution.
DJ, thanks for all your help. I really appreciate it.


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