[cvsnt] Win32 performance

Tony Hoyle tmh at nodomain.org
Fri Jan 17 10:08:34 GMT 2003

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On Fri, 17 Jan 2003 13:49:30 +1300, "Martin Rothbaum"
<martin.rothbaum at nzqa.govt.nz> wrote:

>Comparing the PIII's running Win2k (1.1GHz) and Linux (0.8GHz) would
>suggest the Linux version is an order of magnitude faster for given
>hardware.  Are these results typical?  Is there anything we can do to
>improve performance on Win2k?  Obviously we could move the service to a
>faster server, but this would either cost money or cause operational
Linux is faster than Win2k for the kinds of operations that cvs does.
cvsnt on Linux vs. cvsnt on Win2k might be a reasonable benchmark...
although I don't see any problems with the speed here (certainly
nothing like the speed difference you're seeing).


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