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Re: performance issue concerning externals

From: Thorsten Schmitt-Rink <schmittrink_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2008 21:38:22 +0200


thank you for the fast reply.
Yes the externals are running on the same server, in the same repository
root as the other repositories.
When I directly checkout one of the externals, the performance is great.
As soon as I check out the main repository, the proccess hangs for about 8
minutes each time it reaches an external.
The repositories are all really small and don't contain big files.
I hope I didn't miss to provide important data.

Kind regards


A colleague just reported, he is experiencing the same issue on svn via

2008/4/28 Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>:

> "Thorsten Schmitt-Rink" <schmittrink_at_gmail.com> writes:
> > I' running svnserve v1.4.6 (r28521) standalone on debian-etch 4.1.1-21
> > 32bit. The apr to uses urandom instead of random. The repositories
> > on my server are configured to use the same user and group file. I
> > checkout repositories using the svn protocol. svn co
> > svn://myserver.ip:port/ repo Everything runs fine as long as I don't
> > have externals in my repositories. When I add externals to a
> > repository, checkouts and updates etc. become really slow. And I mean
> > really slow. :( I've searched the net and the subversion site, but
> > couldn't find anyone with a simular problem. Does anyone have an idea
> > what could be leading to this behaviour?
> Are these externals pointing to the same repository? The same server?
> Different servers entirely?
> IOW, some more data would help here. Give us the transcripts and the
> actual timings, and we may be able to shed some light on it (no
> guarantees of course).
> Good luck,
> -Karl
Received on 2008-04-28 21:38:56 CEST

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