Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 15:02, Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Please quote context in your replies, else people will have a lot of
> trouble following the cnoversation.
> On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 14:28, <Matthias.Wetzka_at_elektrobit.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for the quick reply.
>> I am using other SQLite based products (also SQLite format 3) and they work fine. Turning off the virus scanner is not possible at moment the for me. However, that wouldn't be a real solution anyway. If the culprit was the virus scanner, wouldn't the checkout fail *every* time? I just had a checkout complete successfully...
> In the pre-1.7 days, virus scanners frequently caused problems because
> they'd grab files & lock them for too long, causing the Subversion
> libraries to time out. Not all virus scanners - just some. Telling
> your AV to ignore your .svn directories sped up Subversion operations,
> especially checkouts, by a significant amount.
> It is worth turning the on-access virus scanning on a temporary basis
> to test this hypothesis. Also, knowing what AV product would help -
> someone may have already identified that it doesn't get along well
> with Subversion.
> IIRC, the SQLite access in 1.7 isn't optimal, there's a lot of I/O
> done via the SVN code that could be streamlined and there have been
> issues related to it when accessing WCs on network shares. It's
> possible that similar issues are at play here. Depending on any number
> of factors, you will get intermittent success/failure here.
Also: Try a checkout with the command-line client instead of Tortoise.
CLI vs. GUI are sometimes handled differently by AV products, IIRC.
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Received on 2012-01-05 21:35:33 CET