On 29 July 2010 09:30, Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se> wrote:
>>>> I just tried the latest nightly, and it is giving me some pretty severe
>>>> performance problems.
>>>> It will from time to time make the explorer stop responding and is as
>>>> I'm writing this
>>>> TSVNCache is maxing out one CPU core... Heavy disk IO and CPU usage in
>>>> other words...
>>> I'm seeing the same problem in TortoiseSVN 1.6.99, Build 19951 - 32 Bit
>>> -dev, 2010/07/28 21:34:26
>>> as well now... Hmm....
>> Ok. Hold it. It cooled down now. Maybe I was just freaking out a little
>> after the new install.
>> I do have some big working copies on my machine. But explorer not
>> responding is not so nice....
>> I'll give the latest nightly another go and see if it settels down after
>> some time as well.
> All right. False alarm. Sort of. The latest nightly also stops eating CPU
> after a while. The unresponsive explorer on first start is still there
> though. It looks like there is some heavy disk IO when I open a folder
> containing a lot of big working copies, and that explorer stops responding
> during that burst of disk activity. When the IO stops, explorer comes back
> to life again. This only happens right after the install as far as I can
> see. Could be that it has always been this way, but that I haven't noticed
> it until now. But it isn't a particularly nice feeling when explorer stops
> responding for 10-15 seconds...
Don't forget that the nightly is built using WC-NG which is still
quite a lot slower than the 1.6 WC. Not sure why explorer should stop
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Received on 2010-07-29 11:14:59 CEST