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Trouble With Show Log

From: Troy Bull <troy.bull_at_uni.edu>
Date: 2007-06-14 16:14:14 CEST

Greetings:

I posted yesterday about this but I have much more information today.
First, I have a subversion repository I am responsible for, I recently
switched over from CVS. My repository has 419 "projects" on the top
level directory. In each of these project directories I have 3 folders
trunk, branches, and tags.

I have an initial import of the head of my cvsnt repository which
consisted of each project (419 of then) for a total of about 16k files,
these are a mix of html, perl, images, and pdf's. My repository has
been live about a week, I think we are about r 140 as I type this. My
revision 1 adds almost all of the 16k files in one import.

I use http as my access method, (mod_dav_svn), my problem is svn log -v
http://machine.domain.com/svn/Access seems to take forever.

Here are some numbers in the format command(time in seconds to complete)

svn log -v http://source.its-is.uni.edu/svn/Access (104) - fs-type = bdb
svn log -v http://source.its-is.uni.edu/svn/AccessFSFS (79) - fs-type = fsfs
svn log -v file:///source/AccessFSFS(1) - fs-type=fsfs

Is this what I should be expecting? Is there anything I can do to
improve my access times for this operation? Many of my "clients" use
TortoiseSVN on windows and it times out before the command completes.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
troy

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