Some folks in #mercurial @ freenode.net just repeated the tests, so we have now a bit more stable data.
The evaluation shows the following:
So Mercurial is faster than Bazaar for the initial cloning and for free cloning (Bazaar takes almost 10 mintes for the initial clone while Mercurial finishes after just 2 minutes), while Bazaar is faster when cloning in a shared repository.
Also Mercurial is more than 2 times as fast as Bazaar in generating the log, while Bazaar is faster at annotating.
Additionally Mercurial consumes about half as much diskspace as Bazaar.
The biggest difference is in integrity checking, though, where all testers stopped Bazaar after up to 17min, since it didn't even check a fraction of the repository in that time. Mercurial on the other hand finished after just one minute.
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