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Re: [TSVN] Re: TSVNCache.exe question

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-05 09:33:05 CEST

On 9/5/05, sdsen@pacbell.net <sdsen@pacbell.net> wrote:
> Unfortunately, for me, it continues to eat up large chunks of memory (on
> multiple occassions it was 50-75 M) every time I start my system - my home
> system is not 'always on'. I don't understand how this 'feature' can be
> added without adding an option to 'opt out'.

Where do you get the size from? Always remember that the memory size
shown in the task manager and other tools is never accurate! Because
they cound the system dll's a process has loaded too, and those dll's
already *are* in memory and don't use up any additional memory at all.

> I do not know why it was added - and I do not doubt that there must have
> been some very good reasons to add it - but clearly not all issues regarding
> this were thought out before adding it. I do not care what 'good' features
> it adds, but I will not have a program chew my system memory and cpu for
> something that I am not getting any tangible benefits of.
> If this is the price of 'progress' I'd rather not have it. I tried using
> version 1.2.1 but had the same issues. I have decided to go back to 1.1.17.

How big is your working copy??


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