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RE: SVN performance -URGENT

From: <kmradke_at_rockwellcollins.com>
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 2013 09:19:50 -0500

Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com> wrote on 08/01/2013 09:02:32 AM:
> > We are using subversion 1.7 which is hosted in linux and apache
isbeing used
> > along with this.
> > The linux is very powerful but we are facing a major issue during the
> > operation from the windows system.
> > Windows system : Microsoft windows XP
> > 2.85 GB of Ram
> > tortoisesvn 1.7
> > Windows system is based in london and SVN server(linux system) is
located in
> > New york .When i checked the bandwidth using iperf from the windows
> > ,it is showing as 35.5MB .

35.5MB/s or 35.5Mb/s? The first one would be a 284Mb/s connection between
and NY...

What is the latency between the client and server? Latency can be a big
killer depending upon the authentication used.

> > So when i do a checkout of repository ,it get message at last saying .
> > 2200MBytes transfered at 143 mins.Which is very annoying.
> > According to bandwidth etc etc it should finish the checkout in few
> > May i know where is the bottleneck?

The total amount of data transferred shown by TortoiseSVN can sometimes
be quite misleading. How big is the working copy that is created?

Kevin R.
Received on 2013-08-01 16:20:24 CEST

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