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Re: Commit is extremly slow on network shares with many unversioned files

From: Rainer Schmidt <mumpitzstuff_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2011 08:26:34 -0800 (PST)

'svn st -v /path/to/wc' is done in a few seconds. So it should be a
TortoiseSVN issue.

And i think i found the problem. If we have the following working copy
structure:

repository/directoryA (with some versioned files)
              /directoryB (with NO versioned files (directory is
unversioned too))

Now i can activate my hd monitor and can see that TortoiseProc looks
into directory A and directoryB and makes a lot of database stuff for
both directories like (same for every subdirectory of directoryA and
directoryB):

17:02:07 TortoiseProc.ex:3584 READ ...\.svn\wc.db SUCCESS Offset: 0
Length: 100

I do not understand why this is needed because the checkbox "show
unversioned files" is unchecked (within the commit dialog).
TortoiseSVN could ignore unversioned directories if this checkbox is
set or it could make this option global. This would result in a huge
performance increase in my opinion. The look for everything option is
only needed if i want to see the unversioned files in my commit
dialog?!

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