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Update: The difference in speed was not due to rebooting configurations but due to running cvs with the ethernet cable disconnected (since I was without a firewall/virusprotect). Soo question is why is performance slow when having an IP address and running pserver locally? (and fast when doing the same without IP). DNS lookups? Rgds /&& "Anders Stenkvist" <slaska at home.se> wrote in message news:fdr5lt$692$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > Yes sever and client is the same. Arguments was taken from Tortoise and > was executed in dos window. I will > check the performance list to see what can be found. > > Thanks > /Anders > > > > "Arthur Barrett" <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> wrote in message > news:mailman.145.1191191590.24527.cvsnt at cvsnt.org... > Anders, > >> * I've disabled my virusscan for the CVS repository and all "Project" >> directories" >> * Running >> C:\Projects\PicProj\ISO2\user>"C:\Program >> Files\TortoiseCVS\cvs.exe" -ttt >> update -p -r 1.21 user.c >> gives a quick log and then the 1,21 version is printed to >> screen which takes >> about two minutes!!!! >> > > Is the server the same PC as the client? If not then the disk has very > little to do here, since the -p directs the output to stdout. Check the > location of "temp" for virus scanning, and if not it looks like a > network connectivity issue, you could try disabling the firewall on the > client to see if that affects it... > > There is a list floating around about how to diagnose performance > problems. We've used the command line client on Vista here a lot over > the past year or so and I can't remember seeing any particularly poor > performance... > > Regards, > > > Arthur