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[TSVN] Re: Severe performance degradation observed

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-12-13 18:49:26 CET

Simon Large wrote:
> Within a folder I see an update rate something like 20-25 files per
> second. What sort of rate do you see on your laptop, Stefan? I know it
> is hard to judge because you are never sure what is in cache, unless
> you have just rebooted.

Actually I should qualify that a bit better. In a WC root folder (with
no sub-folders), the update rate is more like 15/sec in list view and 10
per sec in details view. In WC sub-folders it is about 3 times faster.
In non-root folders there is a bit of a thrash, then all the icons
update at once. But it is definitely faster overall.

Also, at the moment, it seems not to be affected by cache. If I select a
different folder then come back again immediately it is not faster. CPU
usage is 100% while the icons trickle down the explorer pane.

I think I will have to revert to 1.1.1 temporarily to see if I get the
same result as Nicklas.


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