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Re: TSVNCache.exe holds open file handle on each local drive

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-12-09 12:58:27 CET

Roel Schroeven wrote:
> Mike Martel wrote:
>>The TSVNCache.exe process holds an open file handle on each local drive. In
>>this specific case, the F: drive is a SDI drive image file that I briefly
>>mounted with a Microsoft utility. When I try to unmount it, I get a "cannot
>>be stopped now" error, which indicates that some process has a handle open on
>>the drive. And there it is, the Tortoise cache process. I have to force that
>>handle closed, or kill the process, before I can unmount the drive.
> I experienced that same problem a while ago. I posted it on one of the
> mailing lists (don't remember which one) when it started to annoy me.
> Even though I didn't get any answers, that somehow seems to have solved
> the problem: I can unmount all my drives without any problem now.

I think it has been fixed in the HEAD revision, but not sure if it has
made it into released software yet. Please try a nightly build.


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