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Re: Possible memory leak in TSVNCache

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2006-02-05 02:45:45 CET

Jody Shumaker wrote:
> I'm seeing a similar issue and mentioned it yesterday on the users
> list. It's been just slowly growing in usage each day. Up to 200mb
> now, from 127mb yesterday.
> - Jody
> On 2/3/06, *Stefan Lieser* < slieser@t-online.de
> <mailto:slieser@t-online.de>> wrote:
> Hi,
> first let me say thank you!! I use Tortoise daily because it's a
> great
> tool, you did a very good job!!
> Now to the problem: I upgraded my XP Pro machine from 512MB to 1,5GB
> RAM. Furthermore I updated TortoiseSVN from to
> (using svn 1.3.0). Problem is, that TVSNCache showed about 400MB
> memory
> usage plus 400MB virtual memory in task-manager.
> I don't know if it's a problem of the new build or if it is related to
> the memory expansion.
> I saw the effect once up to now, but I will have an eye on it so
> that I
> can report more info if needed.
> Sincerely,
> Stefan Lieser
There is something going on which very occasionally produces a higher
than usual TSVNCache memory usage.
The laptop rarely shows more than 10Mb but jumped to 97Mb about a week
ago. Coincidentally I simultaneously had a USB drive fail. Cannot
remember which nightly or rev was in use.

Thurs 2rd, on the dual core 3.0 GHz box using a recent nightly I saw a
value of 92Mb when it's rare to go above about 17Mb.
I had not been doing much on that box by way of commits, just update off
an external repository.

So no recipe, just corroborating observations at this stage.

For Stefan.

Maybe if the little Tortoise image which we double click to monitor
cache activity could include a memory usage value, perhaps truncated to
Mb so that it could be more actively monitored. I cannot work with the
Task manager continuously occupying valuable screen space.



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