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

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2005-12-07 03:53:56 CET

Stefan Küng wrote:

> Some questions:
> * you have a dual-core processor (or one with virtually two processors)?
> * does it only happen on startup and not anymore when it's running?
> * are there two instances of TSVNCache running or just one?
> * does it sometime stop or does it keep running with the double crawl?
Hot off the press.
Exercising r5085 on Win2K and the scan behavior as reported yesterday
(6th Dec) is the same.

It may not be the intended behavior but on a small WC it is not a huge
Might be one on a larger WC though.
Initial crawl of TortoiseSVN WC 1 Min 48 Secs. :-\
Subsequent Crawl 15 Secs. :-)
Test repeated upon second reboot confirms 1st test result.
Note. I keep my HDD defragmented to overcome extraneous influences and
Cacheman turned off too.

*Shut down is clean*. Excellent again.

If it's not a silly question, is or are there documents that spell out
in human digestible detail the workings of cache and the precise
structure of information passing to and fro and when? I'm getting more
and more tempted to try a re-write (but it would be in Delphi).


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