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[TSVN] Severe performance degradation observed

From: Nicklas Norling <exinor_at_exinor.net>
Date: 2004-12-13 11:12:48 CET


I just uninstalled the latest release of TSVN in favour of testing the
latest nightly build.
I uninstalled the old, rebooted, install the new, rebooted.

Now that I look at the code I've got very dramatic delays wherever there
is a subversion handled folder (I also have TCVS installed).
I've got a folder with 5 svn checkouts. Opening that folder it takes 1-2
seconds for the overlay to display.
On of those folders have around 100 files, I can see the status icon
getting set in a very slow tempo on each file. I'd say it manages around 5
status icons per second or so. This seem consistent with all explorer
related stuff. Getting the properties sheet appear for the top folder
takes over 10 seconds and going to the Subversion tab takes several
seconds. I'v never seen anything even remotly near this with older
versions of TSVN.

I've got a P4 2.4 GHz with HD that does random read @ 60 MB/s.

When the update 'freezes' it's not using much disk, if any, but CPU usage
is at 100% the entire time and the process that's taking the time is


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