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Re: [TSVN] Locking Explorer due to TSVNCache?

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-07-08 18:21:29 CEST

Sven Brueggemann wrote:
> I had a similar phenomenon just yesterday but didn't find the time to
> reproduce yet. Maybe the info I have so far helps?
> I moved a working copy into another one (moved c:\wc1 into c:\wc2 so it
> becomes c:\wc2\wc1 [I did this to be able to commit changes to both in
> one transaction]) and used TotalCommander to do so.
> After the files where moved, TC (or Explorer?) complained, that c:\wc1\dir1
> couldn't be deleted, because it was in use. A manual attempt to delete
> it failed, too. Since the folder was empty, I ignored the messages and
> planned to delete the folder later.
> After half an hour or so I noticed that my CPU was 60% busy and had
> become quite hot. According to Task-Manager, explorer.exe (not
> TSVNCache.exe) consumed 50% CPU.

The shell extension of TSVN does not consume that much CPU time. Even if
the cache is dead, it wouldn't use more than ~5% of CPU time while
trying to start the cache over and over again. All functions in the
extension either have a timeout or if they wait they do that without
using CPU time at all. So this can't be TSVN's fault.


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