There is a lot of good information and ideas in this wiki page:
On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 10:55 AM, <kmradke_at_rockwellcollins.com> wrote:
> I guess I would expect moving from local disk to network mounted disk for
> storage would reduce performance. (We moved from nfs mounted repos on
> netapp to SAN
> storage and enjoyed a fairly hefty performance increase...)
> Subversion is quite I/O intensive, so any additional overhead adds up...
> I think v1.5 (or maybe v1.6 will) added the capability to move creation of
> temporary files
> from the repository directory to another location. This might help
> performance in this
> case, but isn't an easy option since your user is on v1.4...
> v1.4 was also configured to use fairly small buffer size when copying files,
> so you will
> see a lot of partially filled network packets if you do a network trace.
> Kevin R.
> "Zerda, Markus" <Markus.Zerda_at_netapp.com> wrote on 01/20/2009 09:42:33 PM:
>> Hi All,
>> I have a customer who is running NFS on their SVN (Subversion) server and
>> having some performance issues. Any documents or best practice docs you
>> have can help or any previous issues and how you fixed them.
>> Thanks and regards,
>> [image removed]
>> From: Antoni Mutia [mailto:amutia_at_lexmark.com]
>> Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2009 6:00 PM
>> To: Zerda, Markus
>> Cc: Ocampo, Neil; n.garcia_at_ph.fujitsu.com; t.ybanez_at_ph.fujitsu.com; Eric-
>> Anthony Mesina; Michael-Jose Ceniza; Vaughn Ratilla
>> Subject: SVN( Subversion) in NetApp via NFS performance issue.
>> Good Day.
>> We have another performance concern for our Subversion (SVN) server which
>> have a NFS mount in our NetApp filer, before our subversion server storage
>> was in a local disk and after we migrate to NetApp the time to complete
>> check-out is double already ( for example on local disk it took 7 minutes
>> but in NFS on Netapp it took us around 14-15minutes). Below are the
>> of the server:
>> Hardware: Sun Fire(tm) V60
>> OS: Solaris 10 x86 release 8/7
>> * Subversion 1.4 - with apache dav support
>> * Apache 2.2 - with cdev and corp authentication
>> Thanks and Best Regards,
>> Antoni N. Mutia
>> System Administrator
>> Infrastructure Support (IS) Department
>> Lexmark Research & Development Corporation Cebu
>> Phone : +184.108.40.20653
>> Mobile : +63.920.911.1308
>> Email : amutia_at_lexmark.com
>> " If you want to rule, learn to serve. If you want to lead, learn to
>> If you want to succeed,learn to make others succeed. "
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