I know that there have been issues with this in the past, but I never
noticed a resolution or game plan for fixing the problem. I'm using TSvn
1.2.2 on XP Pro and have been working with two different explorer
windows open. I noticed my system running extremely slow while moving
files around and developing my app, so I checked the running processes.
TSvnCache.exe is eating 27-48% of my CPU power (it mostly hovers around
35%). I thought this might be because of the two windows, so I closed
them. It popped down to 10% momentarily, but then jumped back up to the
30+ range. From what I've noticed, it only goes lower when something
else is eating up more processor power.
I read somewhere that the process was supposed to run with an "idle"
priority, so I checked that and saw that it was set to "normal". I
changed it to "low", which is why I'm guessing it bumps down when other
apps are using the processor.
I can deal with it using 35% of my processor when other apps aren't; but
I wanted to find out if this is the intended usage. I feel like I'm
running slower during some operations (i.e. compiling and replacing
files); but that may just be me.
Oh, and I'm using a 2 GHz machine with 1 GB RAM, if that helps any.
Received on Thu Sep 1 17:51:14 2005
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