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Re: Poor performance after upgrade to 1.4.5

From: Norbert Unterberg <nunterberg_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-26 16:02:29 CEST

2007/9/25, marvingreenberg <public.marvin@gmail.com>:
> We've upgraded to SVN 1.4.5, with apache 2.2.6, mod_dav_svn, mod_authz_svn,
> and bdb 4.6. We were running SVN 1.3.1 and apache 2.0.52, bdb 4.2. This is
> running on a FC3 box with 2.6.11, using source builds of svn, bdb, apache,
> and dependencies. [Hmmm... I just found a thread suggesting bdb 4.6 isn't
> "officially" supported, although it seems expected to improve performance]
> We upgraded to get all the performance/stability improvements we were
> supposed to get. But now when our build system does simultaneous checkouts
> (25 or 30 'svn co' from different hosts) the web server gets pegged, and the
> concurrent checkouts which used to take 10-15 minutes now take 4 hours.
> Nothing unusual showing up in the logs or anywhere. Any suggestions on what
> might be happening, or what we can do to diagnose things? Our repository is
> about 13000 files, 80mb

Try to add
SVNPathAuthz off
to the subversion section of your apache config file.


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Received on Wed Sep 26 16:14:46 2007

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