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RE: Subversion Performance

From: Gleason, Todd <tgleason_at_impac.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 07:33:41 -0700

Was that a typo, or did you really just now migrate to Subversion 1.4.2
(instead of 1.5.2)?



From: Eric Lemes [mailto:ericlemes_at_gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 8:13 AM
To: users_at_subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Subversion Performance


Hi Guys,


I'm used to be a colaborator of this mailing lists about a year ago,
when I did a subversion implementation in Windows. I stopped because I
change jobs and the new company had a CVS implementation with some
customizations that made the migration more complex.


Now, finally we did the CVS -> SVN migration sucessfully in a repository
with about 9 years old and 29259 revisions


But, after all this work I'm very disappointed with the performance of
svn. In the same machine of the old CVS it's so much slower. The machine
isn't a very bad one: Dual Quad Core Xeon (8x2.66Ghz) CPU, 16Gb RAM,
with SAS hard drives. The OS is Debian 4 (etch) Linux with Subversion
1.4.2 over apache 2.2.x (Debian etch default).


We're using TortoiseSVN as clients.


The main problem is server CPU hitting 100%. It happens everytime a
checkout is done and in show log operations. If I go to my "trunk" and
do a show log, the server gots 100% CPU for about 5-6 minutes even
stopping serving other requests.


I really want to know if there is any workarounds or optmizations that
can be done to solve this problem.



Thank you for your attention,


Eric Lemes

Received on 2008-09-30 16:37:37 CEST

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