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tsvn cache strangeness

From: Mark Richards <mark.richards_at_massmicro.com>
Date: 2005-12-15 17:03:51 CET

TortoiseSVN 1.2.6, Build 4786 - 32 Bit
Subversion 1.2.3,
apr 0.9.6
apr-iconv 0.9.5
apr-utils 0.9.6
berkeley db 4.3.28
neon 0.24.7
OpenSSL 0.9.8a 11 Oct 2005
zlib 1.2.3
Windows 2000

Tortoise accesses a SVN repository that lives on a linux (Fedora Core 3) box
on my lan.  I have set up the HTTPS and SVN connector for repository
browsing and things have been working fine.
Lately I've been taking closer notice of workstation performance because of
a CPU (AMD Athlon XP2800+) temperature issue.  A cooling improvement has
helped bring temps down to around 45c but when the tsvncache is loaded
(first time I bring up an exploder window to browse the linux file server as
I check out files there) the cache takes 20-30% of the processor time, is
constantly running bytes across the lan.  This causes a CPU temp rise
(around 5 degrees c) which is why I noticed it - as I was looking around for
the culprit.
tsvncache also seems to grow in its memory usage.  Initially it eats 6MB but
over a few days keeps eating ram to the point where it grows into a 100MB
Is this all "normal"?
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Received on Thu Dec 15 17:30:04 2005

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