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Really slow commits

From: Talley, Brooks <brooks_at_frnk.com>
Date: 2006-11-01 19:59:13 CET

I've been using Subversion for a couple of years now on the same
project, and it really seems to me that commits are getting slower and
slower. The current version of the repository is on revision 900 or so,
and holds about 5,000 files totalling about 1GB. Maybe 200 of those
files see regular commits (they're the source code; the rest of the
repository is graphics and other resources).

These days, commiting a 5k source file via svn:// is taking between
60-120 seconds. Not the end of the world, but I sure remember it being
quicker.

Are there any best-practice repository maintenance activities that we
should be doing? The repository runs FSFS, and is on a fairly beefy
server. During checkins, both CPU and disk on the server seem bored, so
I'm not sure what the delay is.

Any ideas?

-b

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