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Re: High memory usage when using svn_fs_make_file()

From: Lars Jessen <LJessen_at_mikrov.dk>
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2008 14:59:17 +0100

Erik Huelsmann wrote:

> > I'm trying to use the the svn_fs module to build a database
> of 10000
> > files, but it seems that every call to svn_fs_make_file() eats about
> > 300+kb of memory. The
> > following code illustrates the problem:
> >


> If / When you're in a loop, you're supposed to use an
> iterpool and clear that on every iteration. That way, the
> previous loop should be limited to 300kB memory usage.


> > The above code takes a long time to complete and memory
> usage peeks at
> > about 600MB.
> > What am I doing wrong?
> > I'm using svn-win32-1.4.6
> I hope the above helps.

Yes, thanks. Using a subpool and calling svn_pool_clear() for each
iteration solved the problem with high memory usage.
Performance is still rather low. A single call to svn_fs_make_file(), on
a directory that allready contains 10000 files, takes approximately 150
msecs on my system (and even more if I'm using the Berkeley Db

- Lars

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