On Fri, Dec 12, 2008 at 10:35 AM, Stefan Kueng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>wrote:
> Scott McCaskill wrote:
> > On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 9:27 AM, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com
> > <mailto:tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>> wrote:
> > Scott McCaskill wrote:
> > > I have also noticed a significant increase in memory usage with the
> > > 1.5.x clients. Not 1.2 GB, but hundreds of MB is not uncommon.
> > It can
> > > vary quite a bit--sometimes it is < 100 MB, other times I'll look
> > > it's taking 500-600 MB.
> > Please use the process explorer (from sysinternals), find the
> > TSVNCache.exe process, then check how many active threads it has.
> > If the number of threads is more than 15-20, that means you have an
> > application using the shell extension but not releasing the COM
> > properly (i.e., a COM leak).
> > Stefan
> > Ok, this happened again today. TSVNCache was using over 500 MB. Task
> > manager showed 13 threads. I also have the debug tray icon for
> > TSVNCache enabled. It said "Cached directories: 8552 Watched Paths:
> I assume you restarted since then? What does it show when memory use is
Yes, I've restarted. Sometimes I restart the machine, other times I just
restart TSVNCache by using the status cache setting in the settings dialog.
I did an experiment today. When I came in this morning, TSVNCache was using
around 200 MB. I restarted it via the settings dialog and it started at 55
MB. I then opened the topmost folder of each project, waiting for disk
activity to subside before moving on to the next folder. After this,
TSVNCache was at 108 MB.
Then, I closed the explorer window, restarted TSVNCache again, and repeated
the same test. This time, there was very little disk activity, and the
memory use hardly increased at all (still at 55 MB)!
One other thing--I have two projects that have no status icons for any
directories immediately below the top level project directory. However the
top level directory has an icon, and so do other directories further down.
I have the "Launch folder windows in a separare process" setting enabled in
windows--could this be causing problems?
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Received on 2008-12-15 18:30:42 CET