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Bazaar on the slow track

Bazaar on the slow track

Posted Sep 19, 2012 11:03 UTC (Wed) by hummassa (subscriber, #307)
In reply to: Bazaar on the slow track by fw
Parent article: Bazaar on the slow track

> I pulled about 9.5 months of Emacs development using bzr 2.6.0dev2. It took 5.5 minutes and roughly 170 MB of network traffic. Cloning the entire Git mirror took 14 minutes and 690 MB

Care to elaborate that? You just stated that git was 3x slower than bzr, so I'm confused.


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Bazaar on the slow track

Posted Sep 19, 2012 11:17 UTC (Wed) by hummassa (subscriber, #307) [Link]

After re-reading, I *think* the "9.5 months" mean that the "entire git mirror" refers to more development time... (maybe twenty or so years?) can you clarify this? And as you stated, full mirroring is really fast...

Bazaar on the slow track

Posted Sep 21, 2012 19:37 UTC (Fri) by fw (subscriber, #26023) [Link]

Git had much more history to pull. I tried again with the last few days (both incremental this time), and the speed is comparable (15 seconds each). Git still transfers slightly less data (3.8 MB vs 4.3 MB). I should probably do this comparison again after two weeks.

Bazaar on the slow track

Posted Oct 3, 2012 10:07 UTC (Wed) by fw (subscriber, #26023) [Link]

I did another test, and the numbers are now:

bzr: 41s, 27.7 MiB
git: 35s, 24.9 MiB

So bzr and git are roughly in the same ballpark, at least for this test (pulling changes into a local repository which hasn't seen any local changes).


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