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TFS Proxy Efficiency Testing

, 26 Sep 2008
This article describes MS TFS Proxy efficiency testing depending on the internet channel rate between TFS and TFS Proxy, TFS commands, and TFS Proxy cache state. Also, this article describes the advantages of using the MS TFS Proxy on slow Internet channels.
@echo OFF

echo Start: Operation Check out/in

echo 
FOR /L %%G IN (1,1,4) DO (echo Start: without proxy
call start_checkout.cmd
call start_checkin.cmd
echo End: without proxy
)


FOR /L %%G IN (1,1,4) DO (echo Start: Proxy 0% cached
call z:\delete.cmd
call start_checkout.cmd use_cache
call start_checkin.cmd use_cache
echo End: Proxy 0% cached
)


FOR /L %%G IN (1,1,4) DO (echo Start: PROXY 100% cached
call start_checkout.cmd use_cache
call start_checkin.cmd use_cache
echo End: PROXY 100% cached
)


echo 
FOR /L %%G IN (1,1,4) DO (echo Start: proxy 90% cached
call z:\delete_10percent.cmd
call start_checkout.cmd use_cache
call start_checkin.cmd use_cache
echo End: proxy 90% cached
)

echo End: Operation Check out/in

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