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SVN is slow (All of a sudden)

I have been using the svn feature for a long time, and have enjoyed it
very much (thank you).
My colleques have for some time being complaining about the speed of svn.
When they open the version control, the entire designer becomes slow.
It was almost impossible for them to check anything in.
Since my own svn tab did not have this issue, and checking in and out was
blazingly fast, I thought (and told them) that it had to be their lack of
skills or luck, or similar issues.
Well, now i have reinstalled my sled machine, and MY designer is extremey
slow when using svn.
We all have those beefy 16GB RAM machines with core i7, SSD disks and
everything. Running linux (sled 11, and a defector running opensuse
something).
Have anyone else noticed that something have changed in designer so svn
has become slow?
Or can anyone point to a cure?


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Re: SVN is slow (All of a sudden)

On 1/6/2013 10:51 AM, Nicolai Jensen wrote:
> I have been using the svn feature for a long time, and have enjoyed it
> very much (thank you).
> My colleques have for some time being complaining about the speed of svn.
> When they open the version control, the entire designer becomes slow.
> It was almost impossible for them to check anything in.
> Since my own svn tab did not have this issue, and checking in and out was
> blazingly fast, I thought (and told them) that it had to be their lack of
> skills or luck, or similar issues.
> Well, now i have reinstalled my sled machine, and MY designer is extremey
> slow when using svn.
> We all have those beefy 16GB RAM machines with core i7, SSD disks and
> everything. Running linux (sled 11, and a defector running opensuse
> something).
> Have anyone else noticed that something have changed in designer so svn
> has become slow?


There seem to be several issues in play here.

There is definitely some bug that causes a 100% CPU hog on one core when
SVN is in play. I do not know what it is, but am working with a
developer on it. We have one case nailed down and fixed, we think, but
since we do not really know what is causing the rest, not sure.

There is a bug on this but I cannot find it. I am testing a patch that
is meant to improve SVN performance. So far, so-so.

It is really intermittant, which makes it really hard to figure out,
since we cannot reproduce at will.

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Re: SVN is slow (All of a sudden)

On Sun, 06 Jan 2013 19:27:37 +0000, Geoffrey Carman wrote:

> It is really intermittant, which makes it really hard to figure out,
> since we cannot reproduce at will.


Oh..... do you want a defective project to work on?
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Re: SVN is slow (All of a sudden)

On 1/7/2013 4:08 PM, Nicolai Jensen wrote:
> On Sun, 06 Jan 2013 19:27:37 +0000, Geoffrey Carman wrote:
>
>> It is really intermittant, which makes it really hard to figure out,
>> since we cannot reproduce at will.

>
> Oh..... do you want a defective project to work on?


Will take it to pass on for sure. But are you sure the issue is in the
project? 🙂

You have my personal email. (Full name at gmail.com, no spaces or
commas or jazz like that.)


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Re: SVN is slow (All of a sudden)

On Mon, 07 Jan 2013 21:24:47 +0000, Geoffrey Carman wrote:

> On 1/7/2013 4:08 PM, Nicolai Jensen wrote:
>> On Sun, 06 Jan 2013 19:27:37 +0000, Geoffrey Carman wrote:
>>
>>> It is really intermittant, which makes it really hard to figure out,
>>> since we cannot reproduce at will.

>>
>> Oh..... do you want a defective project to work on?

>
> Will take it to pass on for sure. But are you sure the issue is in the
> project? 🙂
>
> You have my personal email. (Full name at gmail.com, no spaces or
> commas or jazz like that.)


I cannot know that for sure. But I do have the issue, so you might see it
too.
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