On 01.10.2010 22:18, Jim Garrison wrote:
> I did what you specified. Is there a way to log the output viewed in
> the debug window to a file?
In the build from trunk however there's another registry key you can set:
set this to 1 (DWORD value). After that, you could catch a much more
detailed debug output with the DbgView tool from SysInternals.
> After making the registry change and killing TSVNCache.exe, here's
> what I see:
> The status icon says "Cached Directories: 6536; Watched paths: 5"
> For about 15 minutes after killing TSVNCache I watched lots of
> "Crawling directory..." and "Invalidating and refreshing folder"
> messages scroll by. Then it seemed to become satisfied that nothing
> else needed to be done, and quiesced. After a few minutes there was
> a flurry of "Invalidating and refreshing folder..." messages for a
> path I hadn't changed. When I browse around my working copy with
> Windows Explorer, without changing anything, it seems to induce
> TSVNCache to crawl hundreds of folders near where I'm browsing.
> Then, after a short delay, there's another flurry of invalidations on
> folders it just invalidated a few minutes ago. Without a log file
> recording what's in the cache window it's hard to demonstrate this,
> I'm using the "Include paths" facility with all disks un-selected to
> limit caching to a specific set of paths.
> Is this normal behavior?
Yes, this crawling is the normal behavior. It's been improved on trunk
however but the repeated crawling still has to occur - otherwise changes
might not get picked up since the change notification events don't
But there's no indication why the icons would flip back and forth
according to your description above.
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Received on 2010-10-06 19:54:10 CEST