Yes these are all internal to our company, we have a lot of
repositories. I'll likely to start working on this in the near future,
I'll let you know when I have a patch.
Christian Hammond wrote:
> I'd be perfectly fine with it :) Anything to increase speed is
> welcome, especially if it's a pain point for you.
> I must say I've never heard of anyone using Review Board with so many
> repositories. Are these all internal to your company (like one per
> project) or do you have it set up with a bunch of outside repositories
> or something?
> Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com <mailto:chip...@chipx86.com>
> Review Board - http://www.review-board.org
> VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com
> On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 8:52 AM, Gary M. Josack <g...@byoteki.com
> <mailto:g...@byoteki.com>> wrote:
> Sorry for the slow response, I've been busy.
> We actually have hundreds of repositories and use HTTP which isn't
> always kind. I'll admit that we have some less than ideal solutions in
> place that could contribute to it being slower than a small shop but
> even if it took a half second per request it's still possible that we
> could be waiting over 50 seconds (considering 100 repositories) per
> post-review. I'm willing to take the effort to make these changes but
> I'm moreso interested in whether these changes would be excepted
> upstream or whether they conflict with the maintainers view of
> Kevin Kubasik wrote:
> > Even for a large reviewboard install (several dozen repos) I
> don't see
> > this being a major performance benefit/detriment. Can you
> provide some
> > numbers showing this as a problem? It seems like a largely
> > slowdown.
> > -Kevin
> > On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 2:59 PM, Gary M. Josack
> <g...@byoteki.com <mailto:g...@byoteki.com>> wrote:
> >> Disclaimer: This post is specific to SVN. I admittedly don't
> know much
> >> about the other RCS's that reviewboard supports.
> >> Would anyone be against the addition of UUID as a configurable
> >> when adding a repository to reviewboard or having it grab the UUID
> >> automatically when you first configure it and store it? I ask
> >> currently post-review will get a list of the repositories then
> >> over each one until it finds a match. This seems wasteful and
> can take a
> >> while when you have a large number of repositories to work
> through. The
> >> UUID should not change in a repository and querying possibly
> every repo
> >> in your list for this data to find a match seems wasteful when
> the list
> >> of the repos can provide this data making post-review perform
> O(1) for
> >> number of repos.
> >> Any comments/questions?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Gary M. Josack
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