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Re: Improving performance of Subversion using caching proxy

From: Řyvind Harboe <oyvindharboe_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-23 20:25:22 CET

On 1/23/07, Justin Erenkrantz <justin@erenkrantz.com> wrote:
> On 1/23/07, Řyvind Harboe <oyvindharboe@gmail.com> wrote:
> > By what I've read, this would not have an impact on checkout of large
> > binary files.
> >
> > For us, performance is tolerable, except for large binary files.
> ra_serf certainly would speed it up on repeated large binary files
> assuming your proxy cache is doing the right thing with those GETs
> (squid may not, but mod_cache+mod_proxy generally does). In turn, the
> dav-mirror stuff would reduce the latency (or rather move it all
> closer to you). -- justin


I would be *most* grateful(and I believe others too!) for an outline
of the steps to get a Subversion cache going. I tried googling for a
description on how to set up ra_serf & Subversion without much luck.
Personally I'll be installing this on a Linux(Debian) box and giving
squid a go(since I've already got it installed and working).

Řyvind Harboe
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