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Re: TSVNCache.exe takes 99% CPU time?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-26 10:12:09 CEST

On 10/26/05, Jens Geyer <jgx@vsx.net> wrote:
> Short question:
> I recently updated TortoiseSVN and since then (I think), the TSVNCache.exe,
> Version takes 99% of all CPU time for a very long time.
> Is this really correct?

No, definitely not correct. It should take about 30% for a few minutes
(until all the working copies are crawled) and then drop back to 0%.
I guess if you kill the cache, it won't happen again. And that's also
my problem: it isn't reproducable and I haven't found out why this
happens sometimes yet. :(


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