Webmaster(Matt Ward) wrote:
One of the useful new features in Tortoise 1.5 is a status-bar that
shows network traffic speed - it
I've only had one other report of slowness with SVN, and I just wrote
that person to ask about their SVN client version. What kind of
slowness are you seeing? Is the commit grinding for about 15 minutes
and then instantly finishing ok?
We don't have any plans to upgrade our subversion install, but if this
is going to become an issue for committers then I don't see that we'll
have much choice.
Mike Norman wrote:
> A bunch of us here are having SVN slow-downs after moving to Ganymede.
> We have been using Subclipse and the previous version (1.2) doesn't
> work with
> the GA version of Ganymede. The only version available on the Tigris
> is version 1.4 which is linked to a Subversion 1.5 client library. We
> also use Tortiose
> on our WinXP boxes and since you can't have 2 different clients
> writing to the .svn
> directories, we also upgraded it too.
> Anyway, it appears that the Subversion 1.5 client libraries used by
> Subclipse and
> Tortiose are working much MUCH slower to the Eclipse SVN server. I am
> that it is still running Subversion 1.4? Have you had any other
> reports of such slow downs?
> Are there any plans to move to Subversion 1.5 on the server?
> Any help/insight would be greatly appreciated,
can slow down to a mere trickle (~ 50 bytes/sec) and yes, I do see
that is may last more than an hour!
The previous Tortoise didn't have the network traffic speed on the
status-bar, so I can't characterize
by how much it is slower, but ... 50b/sec is very slow :-(
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