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Re: Question about TSVNCache

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-22 17:56:22 CEST

Bryan D. Andrews wrote:
> Many times when I am having system slowdowns I go see that TESVNCache is
> active in my taskmanager and kill it -- then things seem to work a
> little better.
>
> I have refrained from posting this here because I was not sure (and
> still am not) that this is causing any problems.
>
> I am assuming that this runs "in the background" and caches the file
> structure? If so is there a way to have this run only when I am not
> using the pc (like windows search index)? It's definitely doing stuff
> while I am working as it takes a couple of %'s every few seconds...

The cache monitors the filesystem for changes. If it would only run if
you're not using the PC, then the overlays would be always outdated and
therefore be completely useless (I'd say it would be worse than useless,
because they would show the *wrong* information).

You can try a 1.4.x nightly build - there you can deactivate the cache.

Stefan

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