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Cause of SVN Slow Down: https or per-directory access control?

From: Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner_at_hannonhill.com>
Date: 2006-11-16 06:28:40 CET

Hey, I recently switched from a repository over http:// with no per
directory access control to one using some complicated per directory
access control and https://. I've noticed that compared to Apache's
SVN repository, for example, mine is very slow even to browse in SVN
Repository Explorer in Eclipse using Subclipse. I'm using the native
libraries on OS X for Subclipse.

Between the switch to secure http (SSL) and per-dir access controls,
which would degrade the performance most? Seems like the per-dir
access control could be pretty slow especially if it has to derive a
path and parse the config file every time. Is svnperms supposed to be
a faster mechanism for doing this?


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Received on Thu Nov 16 06:30:19 2006

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