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Re: [TSVN] Status Cache

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-08-15 19:41:37 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Hi,
> As of revision 4165, the cache now is completely 'alone'. That means
> that TortoiseProc doesn't notify the cache anymore about changes.
> This is because now, the cache itself monitors the whole file system for
> changes (file modifications, renames). I've tested this as far as I
> could, and it now doesn't show wrong recursive overlays anymore if a
> file deep down a working copy get's changed.
> But: I don't have really big working copies as some of you guys have.
> And even though I haven't experienced any system slowdown (CPU usage of
> TSVNCache stays below 4% at all times, even when I run the TSVN build
> script or copy a *lot* of files from one harddrive to another), some of
> you may experience such a slowdown.
> I'd like you to grab the next nightly build and start testing the new
> status cache. And if you do, please report back your findings.

Will this still work OK on network drives?


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