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

From: Dmitri Colebatch <dim_at_colebatch.com>
Date: 2006-11-16 06:39:52 CET

I know nothing about the performance of per-directory access control, but I
find it hard to believe that any half-decent hardware these days would incur
any significant performance hit from the ssl for the relatively small
requests that you're describing.

my 2c.


On 11/16/06, Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner@hannonhill.com> wrote:
> 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?
> Bradley
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