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Re: [TSVN] Very long time to crawl WC.

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2005-12-06 01:59:44 CET

Stefan Küng wrote:

> Peter McNab wrote:
>> Using r5060 of 2nd Dec on Win2K dual core machine.
>> The double crawl occurred twice today on the first visit to a
>> revisioned folder after boot up. But it does not happen after every
>> re-boot.
>> Sorry that's the nearest I can get to a recipe.
> Some questions:
> * you have a dual-core processor (or one with virtually two processors)?

Yes. See Processor type.png

> * does it only happen on startup and not anymore when it's running?

It only appears to occur once on first scan (crawl) of a folder.
Two crawls only appear to occur for folders containing further
revisioned folders.
The crawl recurses into revisioned folders.
Unrevisioned folders are not listed on first scan.

> * are there two instances of TSVNCache running or just one?

No. Only one. Used Process Explorer to confirm Task Manager list.

> * does it sometime stop or does it keep running with the double crawl?

Within the first crawl it double crawls all revisioned folder right to
the end.
On subsequent explore of drive, only one crawl per folder and we see all
root folders listed and revisioned ones are recursed into.

Attached is screen shot of Explorer two pane view of second crawl of
E:Drive overlaying an earlier screen shot of first crawl.
Hope it makes sense in conjunction with description.


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Processor_type.png Montage_of_scans_and_folders.png
Received on Tue Dec 6 02:00:48 2005

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