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From Unico Hommes <>
Subject Re: Subversion really slow
Date Thu, 12 Aug 2004 14:39:42 GMT
Well at least my applications don't freeze up and I can do other things 
in the meantime. But to give an impression to others of how serious this 
is on Windows platform, the first mail I sent was just after I started 
'synchronize' in subclipse: it is still running .. I know this is 
probably in vain but I'd almost suggest infrastructure install 1.1 RC2 
now which was released yesterday. This is impairing developement to the 
point that subversion in its current state is close to unusable for 
windows users.


Carsten Ziegeler wrote:

>Yepp, similar problems here. It doesn't matter if I use subclipse or CLI.
>My machine simply hangs for 10 minutes or more and all other applications
>are blocked. So, in fact this is currently a major pita: I'm waiting
>a quarter of my time for svn to do something :( and I'm even not able
>to read mails or surf the net!
>I read somewhere that performance problems with subclipse will be solved
>as soon as svn 1.1 is out and they use it.
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Unico Hommes [] 
>>Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2004 3:43 PM
>>Subject: Subversion really slow
>>My experience with subversion since we switched is that the 
>>cocoon repository is painfully slow at least using subclipse. 
>>I haven't much previous experience with subversion but I was 
>>under the impression that it should be more performant then 
>>CVS? So, I am wondering whether this is a problem with 
>>subclipse, the apache svn repository or subversion itself. I 
>>also noticed that cvs web subversion browsing is equally slow.
>>Even worse, on my computer at home I haven't been able to 
>>checkout Cocoon at all because it keeps craching my computer. 
>>Both using the command line client and subclipse. Anybody 
>>have similar experience and/or advice?

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