Fisheye performance git and svn

Assuming .5M LOC and copious branches what sort of performance differences could you expect, in full or part, between svn and git?

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Given that Fisheye uses Git and SVN api's, it would be the same difference as SVN vs GIT.

Fisheye's overhead is not really relevant to the overall performance since is it just looking at log information.

Indexing of Subversion branches and tags can be slow, sometimes extremely so if repository is accessed over network. This is a known problem -- look up these tickets in FE-260 FE-314 FE-1154 FE-1371 FE-1972 FE-3949 FE-4402

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