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From Unico Hommes <un...@hippo.nl>
Subject Re: Subversion really slow
Date Thu, 12 Aug 2004 15:35:34 GMT
Vadim Gritsenko wrote:

> Adam R. B. Jack wrote:
>
>> On Thu, 12 Aug 2004, Unico Hommes wrote:
>>
>>> 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.
>>
>>
>>
>> Can you pinpoint what the problem is? Network IO, CPU, other? I use 
>> SVN over a modem on W2K, and although I don't checkout Cocoon, I do 
>> checkout some largish things. I've had all sorts of pain with  
>> Subclipse (especialyl when refactoring in Eclipse) but even that has 
>> reached a point I can tolerate it. Basically, I don't see the 
>> problems you are seeing. Something oddly non-SVN has to be happening, 
>> this isn't SVN as normal.
>>
>> Do you use HTTPS to get the data?
>
>
> Yes, I suppose all Cocoon committers use HTTPS.
>
>
>> Have you run SVN from the commandline and (manually) accepted the 
>> fact that the ASF cert isn't quite right (I forget the message)?
>
>
> Yes.
>
> I have couple of suggestions to Carsten and Unico:
>   http://blog.reverycodes.com/archives/000028.html


Thanks. The disk operations you mention got me thinking it might be my 
On-Access virus scanner :-) I'll try it out.

--
Unico


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