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Re: [TSVN] 100% CPU event

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2005-11-22 13:40:51 CET

Stefan Küng wrote:

> Peter McNab wrote:
>
>> This isn't so much a recipe because there is so much going on behind
>> the scenes, perhaps after internal delays, so the correlation of
>> action and re-action is difficult.
>> It's like trying to find out who farted at the dinner table. Nothing
>> owns up.
>
>
> :) :)
>
>> As far as I can ascertain it only occurs once per install of revs >
>> 4939 (On XP and Win2K).
>
>
> I think I found it! It happens *only* during cache start up, and only
> when there is disk access during the cache startup.
>
> Fixed that endless loop in revision 4972 - hope that this was really it!
>
> Stefan
>
Hi Stefan
Before rolling 1.3 you might like to have another look at endless loops.

r4978 on Win2K
Updated local WC from your Tortoise repo. (@r4998
Checked log.
Closed log.
Closed dialog.
TSVNCache has gone into endless loop, chewing memory. 25% CPU on dual
core machine.
Double click the Tortoise TrayIcon.
Continuously adding lines saying
"Invalidating and refreshing folder I:\TortoiseSVN"
That's my local WC location.
So the deleting of stray registry entries as reported the other day was
not a fix, just blind hope.
Screenshot attached.

Peter

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