[cvsnt] checkout slow if network involved

David Somers dsomers at omz13.com
Wed Jun 28 22:24:52 BST 2006

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On Wednesday 28 June 2006 22:50, Stéphane Nicoll wrote:
> Running the checkout on a separate machine is much much slower. I've tried
> with a hub and even with a direct cable link between the 2 ethernet cards.
> Is there anything I can do to optimize this? The problem I am facing seems
> to be an network outage (the checkout takes 20 files then stops for a
> second or two, then continues). Since I have the same with a direct link
> connection, it does not seem to be a bandwidth issue.
> Note that I am facing the exact same problem with a Redhat Enterprise setup
> with a "standard" cvs server.
> Any idea?

It could be a physical layer problem (as in a damaged network cable and/or a 
network interface card on its last legs).

Run netstat -s and see if the numbers for bad/dropped/failed are high.

Greetings from Luxembourg

David Somers

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