It depends on server and client configuration. See following configuration
- SVNAllowBulkUpdates (On, Off, Prefer)
- Bulk update means that all files will be received in a single
- Non-bulk (Skelta) mode, used by default in newer clients, means
that each file will use its own GET request
- see http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.7/svn.ref.mod_dav_svn.conf.html
- standard Apache configuration attributes KeepAlive, KeepAliveTimeout,
- they control how many HTTP requests can be done in a single
connection to server
On Mon, Oct 5, 2020 at 10:10 AM Wokash Wolsku <wokashwolski_at_outlook.com>
> I am trying to use haproxy to rate control some svn clients which access
> the SVN repro via svn+https. Some monitoring has thrown up some questions.
> 1. When for example doing a checkout or commit of a large number of
> files is this implemented as
> 1. 1 https request or many
> 2. 1 web dav action or many?
> 2. from the logs of haproxy (and I am by no means an expert) I see
> only one connect and one https request.
> I was hopping to rate limit the clients by IP address and thereafter http
> requests hence to slow down large users so others get a share of the
> processor. But without the volume of up load being related to http
> requests I am struggling to see how to implement this.
> Can anyone offer any advise.
Received on 2020-10-05 10:25:13 CEST