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[TSVN] TSVN hangs (100% cpu load) when accessing our new repository

From: Norbert Unterberg <nepo_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-12-08 17:03:33 CET

TortoiseSVN 1.1.1, Build 2060, UNICODE


I just created a new repository on our brand new Windows 2003 server
(apache, svn 1.1.1, mod_dav_svn, fsfs file system) and imported a dump
from the old server. All this went fine.

Now I try to checkout a project from the repository. TSVN hangs when
accessing the repository (Repo browser or check out, both hang), and the
CPU is at 50% (I guess TSVN takes all from half a HT pentium).

svn ls or svn co from the command line client 1.1.1 works fine. It asked
me for the password, then for username/password, and then allowed access
to the repos.

TSVN only asked once for the user name. I am not sure I entered the
correct password, however, TSVN never asked again. Maybe it is caching
my wrong password? I tried to clear the auth cache (pressed the clear
auth cache button in settings dialog), but on the next repo access it
does not ask me for a password. I would expect that I get a second
chance if I type the wrong password or clear the auth cache?

Any ideas?


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