On Mon, Sep 04, 2006 at 05:07:31PM +0200, Stromek wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I'm here with another question bothering my life with svn :)
> The best way to demonstrate the problem is to use tortoise svn client
> (see next paragraph for explaining with regular svn client).
> Suppose you want to browse a repository with url svn://svn/proj1. You
> click the directory and it starts to do pretty long lags >10sec-1min.
> Sometimes it starts after second click, sometimes after fifth click.
> Under this condition, svn is pretty unsuable.
> If we look at the problem from the side of regular svn client it looks
> like this. Take
> for example that checkout of proj1 populates some directories from
> another repository, say svn://svn/proj2. Each new request to external
> repository take pretty much time to start (>10sec-1min).
> Just to make it clear, directories contain just several files
> Has someone encountered similar problem before? Or has any idea what should
> I try or how should I force svnserve to give some useful information
> about its processing? Thanks.
I gathered some more information: If I checked out proj1, created new
repository and commited files from proj1 without defining externals
property it worked fine. There is no delay browsing the new repository. Then
I've found that there is a repository, let's say proj2 (located at the same host as proj1) which
behaves really really slowly and it does not have any externals nor any other
Has anyone seen the repository which is relatively small (about 50revisions and
up to 100 files) which behave extremelly slow (each request has delay about 10sec to 1min)? This repository causing
the problem is used to store mostly binary files. Checkout of entire
repository has about 80MB which I find very small comparing to
some extremelly large projects (KDE:). It really scares me if my main project
repository can become, in the future, practically unusable after
performing some unknown steps.
Now, I'm trying to recreated proj2 repository in steps and I'm trying to
find what could cause the problem. Does anyone has any idea what could be
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Received on Mon Sep 4 19:10:12 2006