Whenever any of our SVN users try to commit to the repository after the server has been idle for a while (e.g., first commit of the day), the Commit dialog hangs for precisely one minute, regardless of the size of the commit. When the commit finishes, the status message displays something like “5 kBytes transferred in 1 minute(s) and 0 second(s)”. Subsequent commits proceed without any delay. I read on another forum a suggestion that it might have to do with LDAP caching, but I don’t know how one might investigate that. Can you explain what might be causing this?
UPDATE: I am using SVN on a locally owned server, installed by SubversionEdge from CollabNet (v5.2.2), along with TortoiseSVN 1.10. The backend is ActiveDirectory (maintained on a separate corporate server). The LDAP is configured through SubversionEdge. I have access to the settings page, but they are all greek to me (I don't have any LDAP expertise).
UDPATE #2: I suspect this problem may be related to the one described by Gerald, here. However, that one was resolved by adjusting
LDAPConnectionPoolTTL, but that setting is not available on the Authentications page for my SVN/LDAP settings, so I do not know how to adjust it.