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Re: [TSVN] Re: Tortoise/Cache hanging Explorer?

From: Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-03-10 17:08:27 CET


Explorer hung again.

Can't say whether it's related to the TSVNCache or not, but it's
happened a suspiciously lot since I installed 2800 a couple of days
ago. Just updated to 2811 and this is the reboot since that.

Haven't tried to attach a debugger to anything this time.

I have a Process Explorer open, debugging symbols installed.
So I can basically tell you any thread in any process, where it is,
what's it's call stack and any such.

No idea what to look for though.

Help? :-)

Other oddities noted (may or may not be related to the cache):
 - After the login prompt disappears (OK pressed), before the "load
your settings"/whatever dialog, there's a long delay with just a blank
blue screen showing.
 - When shutting down, during the "Saving your settings" dialog, the
CPU is put under such heavy pressure that even moving the mouse

I'll keep the explorer open, hoping that someone responds to my cry
for help with some sensible guidance on how to extract some debugging
information =).


Molle Bestefich wrote:
> SteveKing wrote:
> >> More information on this hang, on top of my head:
> >> - No excess memory consumption as in previous versions.
> >> - No skyrocketing CPU usage (basically 0%).
> >> - 10 minute timeout probably expired.
> >
> > Since you were using build 2800:
> > - did you click on a file or folder?
> Right-clicked the folder. The Explorer context menu never popped up
> (explorer hung, as noted).
> > - was the item (file/folder) ignored? unversioned?
> The folder was created perhaps an hour earlier. I had checked out an
> entire repository into it using TSVN.
> > - what do you have in the corresponding 'svn:ignore' property listed?
> The folder does not have a 'svn:ignore' property.
> The folder happens to have one SVN property named "code:todo" with
> test contents. Not sure exactly how that property ended up on that
> folder. Since the folder represents the entire repository it seems
> odd that someone would've put that there..

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