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Re: [TSVN] Possible bug in TSVNCache - network drive access

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-07-31 19:06:11 CEST

Matt Godbolt wrote:

> I've been trying to track down an explorer hang I've been having for
> some time and I think I've found the culprit. I have a fairly large
> working directory mapped as D:\codedb and all is well there. However,
> once I've started browsing on my local network drives, explorer and
> indeed any network file access seems very slow. I've been fiddling with
> all the various configuration files, and then after a bit of
> FileMon-ning, I think I've sussed it - TSVNCache seems to be hammering
> my network! I have several working directories mapped from other PCs,
> and once explorer sees one of these, I can see the TSVNCache.exe process
> recursively gathering svn information from the drive. My explorer tends
> to exhibit slowdown at this point.

I think I found the reason for this. It's not the overlays that's
causing this (I guess you don't see any) but the column provider.
The column provider is also responsible for some tooltips if you hoover
your mousepointer over a versioned file (e.g. the 'author' of the file
is also shown in that standard tooltip).

Should be fixed in revision 4033.


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