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[TSVN] TSVNCache load/save from file feature

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-03-14 18:33:57 CET

I guess this one is for you Stefan.

I saw in the commit messages a couple of weeks ago that a feature was
added to TSVNCache to save the cache to a file, and then load back from
that file on startup. This is supposed to increase performance. It makes
sense to me as an idea, I am just wondering if it is working. Do you have
to turn it on or something?

I see a TSVNCache folder in my %HOMEDIR%\Application Data folder but I
never see anything in the folder. I imagine that could be because the
file is only created at shutdown and is then read and removed again at
startup. However, the main reason I do not think the feature is working
is looking at the memory usage of the TSVNCache process. After I have
worked for a while TSVNCache is usually using 5-10 MB of memory. When I
first startup, however, it is always using 2 MB, which is what it used to
use prior to this feature. So my assumption is that the cache is empty at
startup and not loading anything from a file.



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