Re: SVN Checkout is slow or completely hangs
Sorry, yep I missed that off. Its svn://...
Karl Fogel wrote:
> Gordon Adams <gord_at_beetlebrow.co.uk> writes:
>> I''ve come across several similar issues posted over the last three
>> years and have tried every remedy suggested.
>> I have been running the current version of TortoiseSVN (most recently
>> 1.4.8) on Windows XP against a repository on RHEL 64 bit SVN 1.1.4-2
>> with no problem for 18 months or more. Recently I noticed updates were
>> taking longer and longer and now am at the point where I cannot check
>> out anything. The repositories are only 180MBs and 100MBs.
>> A colleague is using the same setup with no problem but I am at the
>> point where I can no longer use it. Its that bad.
>> I have downgraded TortoiseSVN to 1.4.7 to the same version he has.
>> I've installed SVN 1.4.6 on the PC and get the same "hang" (or
>> slowdown) so the recommended performance tweaks for TortoiseSVN make
>> no difference.
>> I''ve upgraded the server SVN to 1.4.6-0.
>> I've reset my ADSL router.
>> I've checked the server firewall for blocks.
>> My net stats show 10 hops with an average between 30 - 60 ms each to
>> the server.
>> My broadband is not blistering - I get a 1.1mb/s download and 350kb/s
>> upload but its not changed and has always been adequate.
>> I am at a loss what to do.
>> Is there some weird setting I need to set up on my local NetGear
>> router or something (although as it used to work and I have not
>> changed anything I would guess not) ?
>> I would be very very grateful for some advice.
> Stuff like this really makes me wonder if your ISP isn't doing some kind
> of usage-pattern-based filtering. Just a thought; obviously I'm not
> You don't say what access method you're using. Is it http:// or svn://
> or something else?
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Received on 2008-04-29 20:28:00 CEST
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