RE: SVN ( Subversion) in NetApp
From: Edward Ned Harvey <edward.harvey_at_patni.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 15:05:25 -0500
I use Netapp NFS and subversion myself in more than one company. I always put the repo on local disk, however, I often do things like benchmark local disk versus netapp NFS performance, and to my amazement, always find that they're comparable. (Sometimes the Netapp is faster, sometimes slower, than the local disk, depending on configuration.)
Here's what I will say about it:
My expectation is that you're seeing a network bottleneck. One (or both) of two possibilities:
I have a customer who is running NFS on their SVN (Subversion) server and is having some performance issues. Any documents or best practice docs you may have can help or any previous issues and how you fixed them.
Thanks and regards,
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 for 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 details of the server:
Hardware: Sun Fire(tm) V60
* Apache 2.2 - with cdev and corp authentication
Thanks and Best Regards,
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