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Re: [TSVN] TSVNCache.exe stuck using 18-20% CPU

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2005-09-13 02:44:55 CEST

Moretti, Giovanni wrote:

>>From: Scott Palmer [mailto:scott@digital-rapids.com]
>>Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2005 5:37 AM
>>When I got in this morning I noticed that my CPU usage was high for
>>some reason. I wasn't aware of any process that was actually doing
>>any work.
>I've notice the same thing but worse 80-90% of CPU on a P4 1.6GHz with
>512MB ram (WinXP). Killing TSVNCache restores my PC to usable and
>TortoiseSVN seems to work normally ... This has happened several times.
>Not sure if it makes any difference but:
> - the working copy is big. The total (including TSVN folders) is
> 688MB (16000 files and 4747 folders)
> - the working copy and repo are on the same PC
> - using SVNServe on this PC for access
> - and the working copy is composed mostly of half a dozen externals
> sucking bits out to the repo into the top level of the working copy.
> - Using TSVN 1.2.2 Build 4295 and Subversion v1.2.0 for SVNServe
>I know the PC's getting on a bit but losing 80-90% of CPU really makes
>it sluggish :-)
>Any thoughts?
I don't have an answer but from your description it might be a fair to
assume the OS has make active use of the swap file because of the amount
of memory consumed by the cache in handling such a large WC.

Something you might do is try running CacheMan from
http://www.outertech.com and see if that improves the situation.


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