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From Ivan Zhakov <>
Subject Re: update in 1.6.17 slower?
Date Fri, 19 Aug 2011 20:10:46 GMT
On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 03:27, Seth Daniel
<> wrote:
> Hello,
> Recently I upgraded from 1.6.9 to 1.6.17.  'svn up' is very noticeably
> slower than it used to be.  I didn't see anything in the CHANGES file
> about signficant 'update' changes so I was wondering if this was expected?
> With 1.6.9 I didn't turn off authz (even though I don't use it) but I
> thought maybe it was the problem with 1.6.17.  No luck.  (btw, I'm using
> Apache + https.  I turned *off* authz using SVNPathAuthz off).  checkout
> and other operations are very snappy.
> I am using default options when building subversion so I'm using neon.
> It's neon 0.25 (comes with Centos 5.4).
It could be related to the following change in Subversion 1.6.15:
   * filter unreadable paths for 'svn ls' and 'svn co' (r997026, -070, -474)

Log message for revision r997026  is:
For issue #3709 ("Inconsistency between "svn list" and "svn
checkout"), teach the mod_dav_svn tree walker logic to authorize
access to the paths it touches.

* subversion/mod_dav_svn/repos.c
 (do_walk): Replace a decade-old TODO about checking authorization on
   a directory's children with, you know, code that checks
   authorization on a directory's children.

Ivan Zhakov

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