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Unbearably slow using https and per folder access control authz_svn

From: kingler <kingler_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2008 16:03:26 -0800

Hi, I have set up a subversion repository with Apache 2 on Debian.

http checkout is very fast. However once I enabled HTTPS and per folder
access using Authz and user control with AuthPAM. The access to
the repository becomes unbearably slow.

According to the search on this maillist archive, I found this thread:


It seems that enabling per-dir access control is a performance killer.

Does it mean that I have to abandon this route of securing the repository
and use SVN+SSH:// access instead (with user/group file permissions)?

Thanks a lot.


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