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From Charles Alexander <>
Subject Re: Svn.exe for windows very slow on high ping connections
Date Sat, 14 Jan 2017 03:56:53 GMT
One other thing: I also tried with and without Nagle's algorithm in the
PuTTY profile.

On Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 10:49 PM, Charles Alexander <> wrote:

> I'm using svn.exe (1.9.5), connecting through svn+ssh using Plink.
> For a nearby DigitalOcean server (in New York, 60ms ping), I get checkouts
> and commits at hundreds of KB/s.  But I am collaborating with someone from
> Australia and he was getting really slow checkouts and commits to the
> server.
> After lots of troubleshooting, I couldn't find anything that would speed
> it up for him.  I tried making a digital ocean server in Singapore to see
> if it would be fast for him, and still be fast for me.  While it is faster
> for him, I ended up seeing the same exact poor speeds he was seeing.
> The Singapore test server has a 280ms ping for me.  My checkouts go at
> almost exactly 60KB/s.
> However, if I checkout from a linux VM on my same machine, through the
> same internet, using the linux svn client, I get hundreds of KB/s even to
> Singapore.
> Worried it might be an issue with Plink/PuTTY, I tried copying a large
> file with PuTTY's pscp.exe, and it goes at around 3400 KB/s, without
> compression.
> Anyone have any ideas on what could be causing the slow down?  A checkout
> of the same exact repository from the New York server goes around ten times
> faster.  And a checkout from a linux VM on the same desktop I am running
> svn.exe from went about the same, even to the Singapore server. Everything
> also goes slow when I use TortoiseSVN and not the commandline.
> Let me know if there is any more information I can provide to help track
> this down.
> Thanks,
> Charles Alexander

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