I am guessing but the difference between 18 and 60 min
duration could be due to one or more of the optimizations detailed on the
building wiki for SVN at....
I too am using the us proxy, but the highest I ever seen
it is ~ 14Kb/sec.
Some statistics for reference to help out. Transfer Rate looks to be around >> 50-90 Kb/sec << via the us proxy. - no noticable difference from the rate over the last 4 months (Ganymede 3.4 M5-RC1) and the 3 months before that 07/12->08/02 (Eclipse 22.214.171.124 /1.5.3) I can't speak for subclipse - I stopped using it 9 months ago, I only use the TortoiseSVN 1.4.8 UI client and the subversion 1.4.6 command-line client outside of eclipse, without taking into account concurrent updates by other views.... Rates: The peak rate is around 50 files per second when creating a new view with small java files ~= 50 Kb/sec. The rate slows to around .1 files per second for zips of around .5 MB like the util/jaxb _ones_ == 50 Kb/sec Total duration for a full SVN checkout is 11:22 -> 11:40 == 18 min for 15609 files 99 Mb (reduced by deleting all generated .svn dirs from 201 Mb (32487 files)) ~= 92 Kb/sec The [us] proxy has only had a problem once in the past 60 days for myself and seems fine. thank you /michael
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