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Re: Performance of file:// vs svn://

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-03 17:14:24 CEST

On 4/3/07, Viktor Linder <viktor@grin.se> wrote:
> Hi!
> My company is currently using svn using the file:// protocol on a
> Windows network share. The reason this was chosen was because of the
> simple authentication setup.
> We are experiencing some performance issues, which has caused me to
> investigate if perhaps we should switch to using svnserve or Apache.
> Has anyone seen any performance gains using svn:// over file://?

Did you? Did you try it at all? It's easy to test yourself: the
svnserve program is the easiest server to set up...

> Our usage scenario is changes to many large binary files for 50+ users.
> Thankful for any answer!

Your own use is the best test-case you'll ever find to answer these questions.

bye, Erik.

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