[cvsnt] Re: Performance Woes...

Jeremy Weber jeremy.weber at active-endpoints.com
Wed Jun 8 18:39:55 BST 2005

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 As I mentioned in my original post the new server, solely has CVSNT on it. 
So there is nothing to shutoff... Our current production server has NAV on 
it with real time checking disabled.  Any other ideas on how to get in the 
same ballpark?

"Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nodomain.org> wrote in message 
news:d879en$i24$1 at paris.nodomain.org...
> Jeremy Weber wrote:
>> Obviously I have some issues with performance.... 15 seconds would be 
>> ideal, 24 minutes is utterly unacceptable.   Im no network administrator 
>> but have run the Event Viewer and Performance monitoring tools on 2003 
>> and nothing glaring stands out.    I have read all posts on this group 
>> that I could find regarding performance and suggestions have worked, at 
>> least enough for me to cut over to the new server.
> Switch off 'realtime' checking in NAV.  It absolutely murders performance.
> You might not get to 15 seconds... Windows is slower than Unix for file 
> access by a large margin, and CVS/CVSNT are dependent on the filesystem. 
> You should however get within the same ballpark.
> Tony 

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