On May 7, 2012, at 17:35 , Piet Arickx wrote:
> If we check in / out via tortoise svn (without toad), everything is working fine and fast.
> Piet Arickx.
[cc'ing users@ again]
Have you raised the issue with PushOK product support? It sounds like
their product is slowing you down.
> From: Stephen Butler [mailto:sbutler_at_elego.de]
> Sent: maandag 7 mei 2012 17:20
> To: Piet Arickx
> Cc: users_at_subversion.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Toad - performance problems Subversion
> On May 7, 2012, at 15:54 , Piet Arickx wrote:
> We are setting up an environment with subversion, and using actually the Tortoise version 1.7.6 client.
> A lot of objects are now in use with Subversion, as such this is working fine.
> As we have many objects on an Oracle database, we use Toad (version 9.7) as a tool
> and we would like to load and lock objects and files through Toad.
> We have configured toad so that it works with version control, the plugin used is ‘Pushok SvnScc’.
> The biggest problem we are facing now is the complete lack of performance.
> It takes 5 minutes to check out a file, 5 minutes to check in.
> Anybody any idea ? If we check out the option ‘version control’ in Toad, the performance of loading the object is ok
> Is there a problem in the configuration of Toad / Push ok / of subversion ?
> Have you tried the same operations with TortoiseSVN or the Subversion
> command-line client? That would tell you whether the problem is in the
> Toad Subversion client or in your network or server configuration.
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Received on 2012-05-07 19:01:55 CEST