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From "Ivan Zhakov (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (SVN-2128) svnserve slows down / stops file sharing on Win2003
Date Fri, 09 Oct 2015 22:39:05 GMT

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Ivan Zhakov updated SVN-2128:
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    Description: 
This is filed under Windows 2000 because there was no option for 2003 Server.

I've had SVN installed for about a week, and have been running svnserve as a  service (damon)
process on Win2k3.  3 times now the server has basically slowed all file sharing connections
to a hault; no explaination as to why. The first two times I fixed it with a server reboot;
this last time on a hunch I tried unloading svnserve and immediately the server started responding
well again.  I was using the default svnserve port, and there is not anything special with
the network setup -- two NICs, one public, one private with NAT routing and VPN access enabled.

Normally QuickBooks can load data off the file share in a matter of 10 seconds, when this
issue appears, it takes well over 10 minutes to load the same data.  Likewise, our outlook
PST files are stored on the file share; and normally changing between emails in outlook is
instantaneous.  When this slowdown occurs, Outlook either locks up or takes 30+ seconds just
to show the newly selected email.

I've seen something similar with Snom server software for VoIP systems.  Both on one of our
XP test machines and a client Windows 2000 server, the file sharing was knocked offline intermittantly.
 We never found what the solution for it was; however the software was also designed for unix
enviroments first and then ported to Windows.  Maybe there is something small being missed
on the operation of sockets under windows?

Original issue reported by *dguisinger*

  was:
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This is filed under Windows 2000 because there was no option for 2003 Server.

I've had SVN installed for about a week, and have been running svnserve as a 
service (damon) process on Win2k3.  3 times now the server has basically 
slowed all file sharing connections to a hault; no explaination as to why.  
The first two times I fixed it with a server reboot; this last time on a hunch 
I tried unloading svnserve and immediately the server started responding well 
again.  I was using the default svnserve port, and there is not anything 
special with the network setup -- two NICs, one public, one private with NAT 
routing and VPN access enabled.

Normally QuickBooks can load data off the file share in a matter of 10 
seconds, when this issue appears, it takes well over 10 minutes to load the 
same data.  Likewise, our outlook PST files are stored on the file share; and 
normally changing between emails in outlook is instantaneous.  When this 
slowdown occurs, Outlook either locks up or takes 30+ seconds just to show the 
newly selected email.

I've seen something similar with Snom server software for VoIP systems.  Both 
on one of our XP test machines and a client Windows 2000 server, the file 
sharing was knocked offline intermittantly.  We never found what the solution 
for it was; however the software was also designed for unix enviroments first 
and then ported to Windows.  Maybe there is something small being missed on 
the operation of sockets under windows?
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Original issue reported by *dguisinger*


> svnserve slows down / stops file sharing on Win2003
> ---------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: SVN-2128
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SVN-2128
>             Project: Subversion
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: svnserve
>    Affects Versions: 1.1.x
>         Environment: Windows 2000
>            Reporter: Subversion Importer
>            Priority: Blocker
>             Fix For: unscheduled
>
>
> This is filed under Windows 2000 because there was no option for 2003 Server.
> I've had SVN installed for about a week, and have been running svnserve as a  service
(damon) process on Win2k3.  3 times now the server has basically slowed all file sharing connections
to a hault; no explaination as to why. The first two times I fixed it with a server reboot;
this last time on a hunch I tried unloading svnserve and immediately the server started responding
well again.  I was using the default svnserve port, and there is not anything special with
the network setup -- two NICs, one public, one private with NAT routing and VPN access enabled.
> Normally QuickBooks can load data off the file share in a matter of 10 seconds, when
this issue appears, it takes well over 10 minutes to load the same data.  Likewise, our outlook
PST files are stored on the file share; and normally changing between emails in outlook is
instantaneous.  When this slowdown occurs, Outlook either locks up or takes 30+ seconds just
to show the newly selected email.
> I've seen something similar with Snom server software for VoIP systems.  Both on one
of our XP test machines and a client Windows 2000 server, the file sharing was knocked offline
intermittantly.  We never found what the solution for it was; however the software was also
designed for unix enviroments first and then ported to Windows.  Maybe there is something
small being missed on the operation of sockets under windows?
> Original issue reported by *dguisinger*



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