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From Andreas Stieger <andreas.stie...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: Subversion Windows Performance compared to Linux
Date Wed, 16 Apr 2014 17:33:18 GMT
Can you re-run with --quiet?
Which version if SQLite is the GNU/Linux client running with?

Regards,
Andreas

> On 16 Apr 2014, at 18:13, Florian Ludwig <vierzigundzwei@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> this topic was raised several times in the past - the answers range from "will be better/solved
in the next version 1.7" or "it is due to ntfs vs ext3/4" or it's the AV, network setup or
the Windows file indexing service.  After disabling all those and running a test checkout
on Linux and Windows on the same machine I still get a result of Linux being 7.3x times faster.
 Any ideas why?   
> 
> Versions:
>  * 1.8.8 on Linux
>  * 1.8.6.254 command line from tortoise
>  * 1.7.16 svnserve linux 
> 
> Note: Upgrading the server might be an option but I guess that is not the root cause
of the problem here?
> 
> 
> The repository:
>  * Checkout size: 8.9 GB (without .svn folder 4.9 GB)
>  * 410 Folders
>  * 23,706 files
> 
> 
> Commands used to test:
>  * Linux: $ time svn co svn://10.0.0.1/test > /dev/null 
>  * Windows: PS Measure-Command { svn co svn://10.0.0.1/test > $null }
> 
> Results (tests run twice, better result taken):
>   * Linux on ext4 (journaling enabled): 1m 16s
>   * Linux on NTFS*: 3m 29s
>   * Windows 7 on NTFS*: 9m 19s
> 
> [*] Same partition
> 
> 
> Client Machine
> --------------
> 
>  * Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1230 V2 @ 3.30GHz
>  * checkout to HDD not SSD
>  * 1 GBit LAN to server
>  * Linux, Fedora 20 64 bit
>  * Windows 7, 64 bit
>   * AV deactivated
>   * IPv6 deactivated
>   * Windows file indexing service deactivated
>   * Windows auto updates deactivated
> 
> 
> Server Setup
> ----------------
> 
>  $ svnserve -d --memory-cache-size 2048  -r /srv/svn_repos/ --cache-txdeltas yes --cache-fulltexts
yes -c 0
> 
> Thanks for any pointers,
> Florian

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