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Re: [TSVN] Windows explorer slow down

From: Fried Hoeben <friedhoeben_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-06 08:43:23 CEST

SteveKing wrote:

> > Yes, registry key HKLM\Software\TortoiseSVN\CachePath points to
> > TSVNCache.exe which exists and is running.

> > I deactivated "recursive overlay" but that changed nothing.
> > I took a look at the TSVNCache.exe CPU Time but whatever i do it stays
> > stuck to 0:00:00.328... is it really called ?

> I really have no idea what might causing that delay. You're the first
> user to report such a problem. The only thing that might cause problems
> is if you have multiple sessions running and the cache isn't running in
> the same session as the currently logged in user.

I have this same problem, massive slowdown of the Windows Explorer (WinXP
SP1, 256 MB mem). Opening a directory with 1100 files takes 2 minutes (when
I uninstall TortoiseSVN 1.2 it goes back to 1 or 2 seconds). Right-clicking
on a directory gives me an hourglass for 30 seconds and then does nothing,
clicking the File menu causes a 1 minute delay...

TSVNCache is running, but does not seem to do that much (or use that much
memory). It is running as the same user.

After the directory is finally shown, I switch to another and go back, the
delay is about the same again. Not much caching going on, as far as I can
tell.
Copying files into this directory also becomes painfully slow (many MINUTES)
for a copy from another local directory...

Version 1.1.7 also seems to slow down the explorer but MUCH less.

Cheers,
Fried

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Received on Wed Jul 6 09:37:08 2005

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