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From Stefan Sperling <s...@elego.de>
Subject Re: Trival merge of big text file: Dismal performance, 540x faster if binary.
Date Thu, 13 Jan 2011 12:44:20 GMT
On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 11:49:55AM +0000, krueger, Andreas (Andreas Kr├╝ger, DV-RATIO) wrote:
> Numbers, in case someone cares:
> 
> The original F/b.xml was 18,291,344 byte and 456,951 lines.
> 
> The output of svn diff after the overhaul contained 676,136 lines,
> (and that svn diff took quite a while to complete, which is
> understandable and not part of this issue).
> 
> The overhauled F/b.xml was 18,311,873 byte and 688,560 lines.
> 
> I had similar performance problem experiences with various SVN
> clients. The times quoted above were Cygwin's svn command line 1.6.12
> on Windows. Protocol used was HTTPS, server Apache HTTPD with svn
> module (also 1.6.12).

Can you share both versions of this file, privately if needed?
I'd like to reproduce.

Thanks,
Stefan

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