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Harrison, Andrew wrote: > Several users have been complaining that the length of time to do an update > has been increasing. Having done some tests I am inclined to believe them. > The delay seems to be between the issue of the command and the start of the > server output (i.e. before the first lines of output appear - usually the > list of unknown files). Once the update actually starts it takes the same > time as it used to. I would estimate the delay to be about 10-15 seconds. We > do have a large number of tags & branches (approx 600 at present), could > this be the cause? Other than pruning out old revisions and tags, or > exporting everything to a new repository, is there anything we can do to > speed things up? Tags and branches don't signifcantly alter the update time, as you only use one at a time - there's almost no processing involved. A 10 second delay sounds like DNS issues. Tony