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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 >difficulties. > 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). Tony