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Re: svn cvs checkout performance

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-18 12:41:39 CEST

On 6/18/07, Lutz.Dornbusch@fiducia.de <Lutz.Dornbusch@fiducia.de> wrote:
> Hello ,
> I recently look after a cvs2svn migration for a big software company.
> Now some developer there pointed me to an issue:
> They compared the performance of svn to cvs and while checking out ca.
> 900MB(mainly binary files) svn is four (4) times slower than cvs. We use
> apache with ssl and mod_authz. We cannot abandon ssl /mod_authz as this is
> integral requirement.
> Are these numbers realistic, or is our server maybe misconfigured?
> Is there a possibility to tweak the performance of the svn/apache server?

Did you compare any other operations? Offline diffing? Offline status?
Updating of an existing tree?

Did you consider the fact that CVS doesn't do any local integritiy
checking and therefore doesn't need to create all files twice?



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