[Pkg-bazaar-maint] Bug#482271: Bug#482271: bzr-svn: commits getting very slow
jelmer at samba.org
Wed May 21 18:25:55 UTC 2008
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Roland Mas wrote:
> Commits through bzr-svn seems to be getting slower as time passes.
> The latest one took more than four minutes.
> $ bzr info Lightweight checkout (format: dirstate or dirstate-tags
> or pack-0.92 or rich-root or rich-root-pack) Location: light
> checkout root: /home/roland/debian/gforge-trunk repository checkout
> root: /home/roland/debian/bzr-repo/gforge/upstream-svn/trunk
> checkout of branch: svn+https://svn.gforge.org/svn/gforge/trunk
> shared repository: /home/roland/debian/bzr-repo/gforge
> $ time bzr commit -m'Bumped Debian version after upload to Sid.'
> Committing to: svn+https://svn.gforge.org/svn/gforge/trunk modified
> gforge/debian/changelog Committed revision 5248.
> real 4m41.099s user 0m13.209s sys 0m1.340s
> Also, a tshark running in another terminal showed me that there
> were more than 270 HTTPS connections to the SVN server, which might
> explain the slowness. My impression is that there's at least one
> connection for each of the SVN revisions that went through bzr-svn
> in the past (the bzr:revision-info property has 248 lines).
Any chance you can run with -Dtransport and see what the operation is
that is most often occurring in ~/.bzr.log ?
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