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TortoiseSVN show 100% CPU utilization on Win7

From: michael sorens <birdwatcher42_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 16:01:29 -0800

I am writing a series of articles on Subversion and TortoiseSVN published
on Simple-Talk.com (latest one
here<http://www.simple-talk.com/dotnet/.net-framework/tortoisesvn-and-subversion-cookbook-part-4-sharing-common-code/>).
I am working on a section about Collabnet's Subversion Edge so I generated
a fresh Win7 VM and installed Edge as well as TortoiseSVN. The web
interface to the Subversion server responds promptly as expected. As does
the command line interface (e.g. svn log <file>). But attempting to do a show
log on the same file from TortoiseSVN's context menu slams my CPU
utilization to 100% and the operation takes anywhere from 12 to 20 seconds
to complete. Checking the Apache logs confirms that it is likely a
client-side issue with TortoiseSVN--the Apache logs do not show anything
until the end of the delay period. Note that this delay is present with *every
*TortoiseSVN command. Even repeating the same command twice shows no
caching effect; the second try takes just as long. Any rhyme or reason to
this...?

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