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[WebSVN issue] [Issue 344] New - blame is incredibly slow


Author brlcad
Full name Christopher Sean Morrison
Date 2013-06-11 21:16:21 PDT
Message http://websvn.tigris​.org/issues/show_bug​.cgi?id=344
                 Issue #|344
                 Summary|blame is incredibly slow
       Status whiteboard|
              Issue type|DEFECT
             Assigned to|issues@websvn
             Reported by|brlcad

------- Additional comments from brlcad at tigris dot org Tue Jun 11 21:16:20 -0700 2013 -------
We've just recently set up websvn with our repo and have run into a hard performance problem with the
blame/annotation feature taking a VERY long time for most of our files. What can be done to improve

Our repository (for BRL-CAD) has around 55k+ commits so the annotation history can be extensive for
many files. However, testing is showing websvn to be taking about an order of magnitude longer than
the svn client.

Originally, we were using remote https:// and svn:// methods (Sourceforge repo), but the blame pages
were unacceptably taking several minutes. We mirrored the repository locally, now specify file:// and,
as expected, everything responds much faster than before. Even websvn's blame is faster, but it still
takes 15-25 seconds on queries that take only 2 seconds on the command line. That's quite a
substantial overhead...

Any configuration settings that might help? Any code that could be commented out? Where is all the
time going?

Thank you in advance for your assistance.


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