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Subversion extremely slow on slave node

Darragh Sherwin-2
Hi,

I have setup Hudson master on a debian box, with a slave running inside
Windows 2k vm on a vmware server.

The problem I am having, is that it is taking 2 hours to do an svn
update in the slave node and there is no changes to the repository.

A full checkout on the command line takes around 10 mins and an svn
update takes 3 seconds, so it doesn't seem to be an issue with the vm or
vmware server.

Has anybody else hit this problem and is there a solution to it?

Maybe this question has been asked before or is in some issue tracker,
if so, I am sorry and can you point me in the right direction?


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Re: Subversion extremely slow on slave node

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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I noticed on a slow svn update operation when working with a large
repository --- that was on the master, though.

Does your job run quickly if it were on the master? How big is your
project/repository?

Darragh Sherwin wrote:

> I have setup Hudson master on a debian box, with a slave running inside
> Windows 2k vm on a vmware server.
>
> The problem I am having, is that it is taking 2 hours to do an svn
> update in the slave node and there is no changes to the repository.
>
> A full checkout on the command line takes around 10 mins and an svn
> update takes 3 seconds, so it doesn't seem to be an issue with the vm or
> vmware server.
>
> Has anybody else hit this problem and is there a solution to it?
>
> Maybe this question has been asked before or is in some issue tracker,
> if so, I am sorry and can you point me in the right direction?
>
>
> Thanks

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Re: Subversion extremely slow on slave node

Darragh Sherwin-2
Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote:
> I noticed on a slow svn update operation when working with a large
> repository --- that was on the master, though.
>
> Does your job run quickly if it were on the master? How big is your
> project/repository?

The job takes 41 seconds on the master
The repository is 1Gb, 12000 files


>
> Darragh Sherwin wrote:
>> I have setup Hudson master on a debian box, with a slave running
>> inside Windows 2k vm on a vmware server.
>>
>> The problem I am having, is that it is taking 2 hours to do an svn
>> update in the slave node and there is no changes to the repository.
>>
>> A full checkout on the command line takes around 10 mins and an svn
>> update takes 3 seconds, so it doesn't seem to be an issue with the vm
>> or vmware server.
>>
>> Has anybody else hit this problem and is there a solution to it?
>>
>> Maybe this question has been asked before or is in some issue tracker,
>> if so, I am sorry and can you point me in the right direction?
>>
>>
>> Thanks
>
>


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Re: Subversion extremely slow on slave node

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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Darragh Sherwin wrote:
> Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote:
>> I noticed on a slow svn update operation when working with a large
>> repository --- that was on the master, though.
>>
>> Does your job run quickly if it were on the master? How big is your
>> project/repository?
>
> The job takes 41 seconds on the master
> The repository is 1Gb, 12000 files

OK. Thanks for the info. Could you file this as an issue?

I guess I'll look into why it's slow on my environment, and hopefully
that would reveal why it's slow on your site.

>
>
>>
>> Darragh Sherwin wrote:
>>> I have setup Hudson master on a debian box, with a slave running
>>> inside Windows 2k vm on a vmware server.
>>>
>>> The problem I am having, is that it is taking 2 hours to do an svn
>>> update in the slave node and there is no changes to the repository.
>>>
>>> A full checkout on the command line takes around 10 mins and an svn
>>> update takes 3 seconds, so it doesn't seem to be an issue with the vm
>>> or vmware server.
>>>
>>> Has anybody else hit this problem and is there a solution to it?
>>>
>>> Maybe this question has been asked before or is in some issue tracker,
>>> if so, I am sorry and can you point me in the right direction?
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>
>>
>
>

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Re: Subversion extremely slow on slave node

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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In reply to this post by Darragh Sherwin-2
Actually, in the interest of getting more data, is there any chance
you can run it with the profiler to see what's going on?

2007/4/23, Darragh Sherwin <[hidden email]>:

> Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote:
> > I noticed on a slow svn update operation when working with a large
> > repository --- that was on the master, though.
> >
> > Does your job run quickly if it were on the master? How big is your
> > project/repository?
>
> The job takes 41 seconds on the master
> The repository is 1Gb, 12000 files
>
>
> >
> > Darragh Sherwin wrote:
> >> I have setup Hudson master on a debian box, with a slave running
> >> inside Windows 2k vm on a vmware server.
> >>
> >> The problem I am having, is that it is taking 2 hours to do an svn
> >> update in the slave node and there is no changes to the repository.
> >>
> >> A full checkout on the command line takes around 10 mins and an svn
> >> update takes 3 seconds, so it doesn't seem to be an issue with the vm
> >> or vmware server.
> >>
> >> Has anybody else hit this problem and is there a solution to it?
> >>
> >> Maybe this question has been asked before or is in some issue tracker,
> >> if so, I am sorry and can you point me in the right direction?
> >>
> >>
> >> Thanks
> >
> >
>
>
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