performance analysis: push/pull
John Arbash Meinel
john at arbash-meinel.com
Wed May 9 21:50:49 BST 2007
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Robert Collins wrote:
> Well, it hurt my head. I think this is reasonable at this point, but I'd
> love input from $people.
In my single pass read through, I was able to understand everything. I
haven't sat down for a full analysis to make sure you covered all edge
Also, I don't think this is all correct reST syntax (:SHA1:, for
example). reST doesn't care, but it also doesn't do anything with it.
I'm not sure about having a transmission level hash check (:DELTASHA1:)
versus having full-text checks. Transmission level checks only let you
know that your TCP connection works (which has its own CRC +
retransmission checking), so it doesn't seem to gain much, versus
knowing that after applying all patches, your text is correct.
Overall, I think it is well written, and certainly worthy of becoming a
core developer doc.
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