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From Nico Kadel-Garcia <nka...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: SVN 1.7.1
Date Sun, 04 Dec 2011 20:02:25 GMT
On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 2:19 AM, i_maliavko <i_maliavko@wargaming.net> wrote:
> Hi.
>
> I'm using it since official release. And decision to using it was my big
> fail. Becase:
> 1. commit list makes about 10 minutes time after time;
> 2. first update in day last over 15 minutes;
>
> I'm working on big project (over 100 000 files) and waste about an hour on
> waiting SVN operations. And the saddest thing that this operations takes my
> HDD off and now I have no time to back to the old SVN version. All my
> programms and IDEs are very busy within updating process. I hope you'll fix
> yours problems with new version but I'll also try to solve it on my working
> place by ubdating OS and all drivers.
>
> Thanks

Ouch. I'm a friendly list contributor, not a core developer, but
perhaps I can offer a thought or two.

What OS are you using? CIFS accessed filesystems with lots of files
have been a historical headache, so if you're using a Windows box with
a network share, you may be really hurting on that basis.

Why does the project have 100,000 files? Should it be factored into
smaller chunks for *other* reasons?

Which network protocol are you using to access the repository? I've
been pushing svn+ssh for security reasons, but encryption itself can
be a significant computational burden in large data transfers.

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