Bandwidth is 35.4 MBytes/sec from my system(London) to server(New york)
when i checked with iperf tool.
We are using LDAP
AuthName "Windows Credentials"
As per message after checkout in TortoiseSVN GUI = 368 Mbytes
Actual folder size = 1.15 GB(1236706079 bytes)
Number of files = 201,712
Folder = 21,707
Guess this inculdes the .svn folder as well.
From: kmradke_at_rockwellcollins.com [mailto:kmradke_at_rockwellcollins.com]
Sent: 01 August 2013 15:20
To: Bob Archer
Cc: Somashekarappa, Anup (CWM-NR); users_at_subversion.apache.org
Subject: RE: SVN performance -URGENT
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
> > along with this.
> > The linux is very powerful but we are facing a major issue during
> > 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
> > 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
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?
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Received on 2013-08-01 16:52:48 CEST