On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 20:52, Stefan Kueng<tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On 19.08.2009 00:51, Peter Ball wrote:
>> I have the same problem despite having just updated to 1.6.4. This
>> version does seems to allow the Windows explorer to open more quickly
>> than the last but after about 30 seconds, the CPU usage goes up to
>> 50% (on my dual core machine so it would be 100% on a single core
>> one) and then stays there all day.
> Please get a nightly build from here:
> (or wait until tomorrow for the next trunk nightly build).
> Then, after installing the nightly build, create the registry key
> as a DWORD value and set that value to something else than 0
> (this also forces TortoiseProc to show a dialog for every command showing
> the command line parameters it was started with, but that's not what we're
> after here).
> Then, get the Debug View tool from here:
> Next step: kill the TSVNCache.exe process so it restarts again (and reads
> the Debug registry key).
> Now you should see a lot of messages in the debug view tool coming from the
> TSVNCache process. Once you get the cache to behave badly (i.e., using up
> all CPU), start logging those debug messages to a file. Leave it running for
> a while, then zip the log file and send it to me.
> Maybe I can find out this way what's going on and how to fix it.
Hmmm - there are currently some network problems on the server. The
upload of the build failed. I'll try again.
You'll notice as soon as the nightly build is online (there's none right now).
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Received on 2009-08-19 20:59:06 CEST