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Speedup of svn on NFS?

From: Alfred Perlstein <bright_at_mu.org>
Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2008 14:05:26 -0700

Hey guys, I've been doing some analysis of SCM tools for my company,
one thing I've been noticing is that they do many filesystem meta-data
operations that _appear_ to be unncessary.

For instance, when doing a "svn checkout" I'll see ".svn/tmp/entries"
created many times, and then renamed over ".svn/entries".

Is there any way to reduce these items when you _know_ you're going
to be working in isolation?

Could this be made any faster by just updating the files in place?

It would really add up.

- Alfred Perlstein
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