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[TSVN] TSVNCache strangeness - takes out WinXP

From: Jason Morgan <jason.morgan_at_cropwell.net>
Date: 2005-09-19 10:27:21 CEST


I recently updated to the latest release of TSVN. Since then I've found my
machine to occasionally go completely sluggish when browsing folders in
WindowsXP Pro. Taking up-to one minute to display the contents of the
folder and 30s+ to access any file in that folder.

Up to recently I've re-booted the machine, thinking the problem is another
program. The machine never recovers on its own.

I just looked at the task list and TSVNCache is frequently taking 80-90%
CPU. Odd thing is that the folders I'm browsing are not repositories, or
even part of a tree that has a repository any where near it. Though I have
been using TSVN on other folders.

Killing TSVNCache cures the problem. So it must be the culprit.

One clue could be that my machine is rarely re-booted or turned off (only
when really necessary).

TSVN 1.2.2 Build 4295 (32bit)
Subversion 1.2.3


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