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Re: Unusually Slow HTTPS w/Apache 2.0.59 and SVN 1.4.2...

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-11-22 16:55:05 CET

On 11/22/06, Charles Chen <cchen@charliedigital.com> wrote:
> I've recently set up a new SVN server.
> The server has 1.1 GHz AMD Athlon and 1 GB RAM. I'm running Apache 2.0.59
> on Windows 2003 with SVN 1.4.2.
> I've successfully set up https:// access, but it is unusually slow compared
> to a previous setup I've done in the past...extremely slow.
> For example, svn list https://<url> at the root of a directory with total of
> 10 directories and 30 files totaling about 600k of data takes ~34 seconds
> (26 revisions)! With svn://, I'm seeing times more like 2-3 seconds for an
> ls on the same directory. As a reference, I conducted tests using svn://
> and https:// from both a remote client (I remote desktoped to the client and
> ran svn from there) and my desktop (the server is on the same network as my
> desktop).

'svn list' isn't a particularly great performance measurement system
if you want to measure network performance: If you don't explicitly
turn off authorisation (SVNPathAuthz Off), you'll see extremely slow
responses from the server. I believe this is in a FAQ somewhere.
(Can't find it right now).




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