Justin Johnson <justin_at_honesthacker.com> wrote on 10/23/2009 11:32:42 AM:
> I am running Windows XP SP3 with Subversion and TortoiseSVN 1.6.6
> and have 2 GB of RAM with nothing else running during the
> operations. The problem below has also been seen in 1.6.3 and I've
> heard reports from users I support that they've seen this in 1.5.x.
> For sufficiently large working copies (1.2 GB, not sure what the cut
> off is though) when performing update or status operations from the
> top level of the working copy, Windows Explorer locks up and stops
> refreshing windows or responding at all. This usually leads to
> errors in the actual Subversion operation, saying there aren't
> enough resources to complete the operation. Sometimes my VPN client
> disconnects part way through. For these large working copies I can
> usually reproduce the error with one or two updates in a row.
> Sometimes I can clear it up by killing Windows Explorer and letting
> it automatically reload.
> Has anyone else seen issues like this? Is this a memory leak?
Are you referencing a large number of svn:external properties in
your working copy? I recently submitted a patch to address
an issue where TCP connections were not cleaned up until process
exit. This problem caused similar "lockup" behavior under
Windows. This patch did not make it into 1.6.6.
You may want to try and disable the TortoiseSVN icon cache process as
since it can bog things down on large working copies. (I don't
consider 1.2G all that large though.)
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Received on 2009-10-23 18:57:33 CEST