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Re: svn+ssh <-> svnserve <= speed concerns

From: Ulf Seltmann <seltmann_at_digitalzone.de>
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 15:47:06 +0200

John Peacock schrieb:
> It all depends on what you want. If you want high performance *and*
> high security, you should probably be using Apache with SSL certificates
> (client and server).
I don't agree with that. I used apache2+ssl+httpauth, which is nearly
the same except for the certificates. i experienced a poor performance
in all svn-actions especially in merging where it took over 45minutes,
where svn+ssh (what i use now) takes fewer than a minute. The
server-usage decreased too. So my advice for performance and security is
undisputable svn+ssh




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