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Speed of svn co --depth immediates?

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Aug 2008 14:39:34 -0400

Client: WinXP SP2, 1.5.0, CollabNet distribution
Server: Win2K3 (I think; might be 2000), 1.2.3, from
subversion.tigris.org, using Apache 2.0.

This setup has been working great for a rather long time (over 2
years), with different client versions obviously.

I've been running a checkout for what seems like several couple hours
now. svn co --depth immediates <URL> on a repository URL which has
only 7 subdirectories, and it appears to have been hanging for most of
this time. Task manager says svn.exe has used 35 minutes CPU time and
seems to be holding pretty steady around 25% (dual-core) CPU

I have 7 lines of output, corresponding to each of those directories
being added to the local WC; the last one is what would be, by far,
the largest subdirectory (many tags) on a full checkout.

Any ideas why it might be taking so long? I'm hesitant to just kill
the process and try again if this really is "normal" as at this rate,
my day will be over before it completes the second time around.

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Received on 2008-08-07 20:40:03 CEST

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