Some unscientific timing results (on the Python source tree)
russel.winder at concertant.com
Tue Mar 25 09:01:39 GMT 2008
On Mon, 2008-03-24 at 11:12 -0300, Martin Albisetti wrote:
> Currently, branching through http is faster than using the smart
> server (this is being worked on, though).
> On the other hand, pulling/pushing/merging, is much faster with the
> smart server, which is fairly trivial to use if you have bzr installed
> on the server, and users have ssh access.
> You just have to use bzr+ssh:// instead of http:// in the URLs for
> these operations.
Where does sftp:// fit into all this? Is it the same as bzr+ssh:// ?
I had assumed sftp was the right way of working where SSH access was
available but maybe that was a wrong assumption?
Dr Russel Winder Partner
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