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Re: slow performance - persistent connection?

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-28 19:35:57 CEST

On 10/28/06, Rob <subversion@theknack.net> wrote:
> I am experiencing a wait of *hours* to merge or commit a project with
> about 3500 files to a remote site. Each file takes about 2 seconds to
> process. Bandwidth utilization is very low; I'm convinced almost all
> the wait is latency. I fired up tcpdump to discover that a new
> connection is established for every file!
> Is there some way to enable persistent https connections? I'm using the
> command-line client version 1.2.3.

You didn't say, but I presume this is with HTTP?

If so, you may benefit from 1.4.0 or 1.4.1, which supports Serf, a
library which supports HTTP pipelining for remote repository access.



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