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Re: Slow performance SVN Update

From: Jonas Rosqvist <jonas.rosqvist_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Sep 2009 01:44:09 -0700 (PDT)

Thank you for your suggestions, unfortunately,I haven't been able to
find the issue in trac

Disk activity is very high during the pauses but when measuring
diskspeed the is no pattern between fast disk and fast svn updates.
We tried switching off the icon overlays and that takes TSVNCAche out
of the equation but still no significant performance gain.

Is there something else we could try?

On Sep 21, 6:58 pm, "parashkev.pe..._at_mimoon.de"
<parashkev.pe..._at_mimoon.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> There is already a trac issue for something similar to your situation. The cause
> is probably file locking in Windows.
> Some other helpful remarks. Please, check what the disk activity is. I have
> generally seen pretty poor performance on laptops, because of their slow
> hard-drives. You can also turn off the icon overlays in TortoiseSVN, so that it
> is not regenerating its cache, while you are updating.
> Br
> Paro
> Jonas Rosqvist <jonas.rosqv..._at_gmail.com> hat am 21. September 2009 um 17:52
> geschrieben:
> > When doing SVN update on some of our repositories we get very bad
> > response times. First no network traffic to the server for a few
> > minutes then the files are transfered and then a new long pause before
> > the update is done.
> > Tried using Tortoise and the command line tool and the same problem. A
> > bit repository size related, small is fast, but they don't have to get
> > really big to get slow. Also this is not the case for all our project
> > members. Som have decent response times. One m,eber has clocked the
> > update time to 10 minutes even though no files were updated.
> > Removed all antivirus software to be safe but no change.
> > versions 1.4.5
> > Can the repository be structured badly? Why don't we get the same bad
> > performance on all our computers?
> > CPU very low during svn update, but the computers still seems a bit
> > sluggish.
> > Any suggestions are welcome, we need to solve this as soon as possible.
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