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improving performance using caching proxy

From: Řyvind Harboe <oyvind.harboe_at_zylin.com>
Date: 2007-01-24 10:01:00 CET

As far as I have understood, it is necessary to build the svn client
w/ra_serf to get caching proxies to actually cache files for large

As far as I have gathered, ra_serf addresses other performance issues
w/Subversion, but that it enables a caching proxy to cache large
checkouts is just a surprising and wonderful side effect of it's
actual implementation. It uses GET http method instead WebDAV methods
which caching proxies, e.g. squid, do not cache.

Is any action needed on the server if I've already got svn w/http working?

We're currently using Subclipse & http://svnkit.com.

Is there any hope of using a caching proxy to cache large files when
checking out using http://svnkit.com?

Řyvind Harboe
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Received on Wed Jan 24 10:01:37 2007

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