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Re: Possible memory leak in TSVNCache

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2006-02-08 07:59:45 CET

I wrote

> ClamAV runs to completion and pronounces it checked 2152 directories
> with just a handful it couldn't open.
> Meanwhile, Process Explorer now shows TSVNCache is using approx 50Mb memory.
> ToolTip tells us Cached Directories 94635.
> TSVNCacheWindow has not crawled during the ClamAV activity but is still
> responsive as shown when open Explorer and navigate.

TortoiseSVN 1.4.0, Build 5655 - 32 Bit -dev
Subversion 1.3.0, on Win2K dual core.

After updating to r5655 and repeating the same process used on r5644 the results are:-

Process Explorer reports. TSVNCache reports.
[Private Bytes] [Working Bytes] Cached Directories.
5988K 8932K 1406 After reboot.
8104K 11048K 1406 After ClamAV has scanned the C: drive.
ClamAV reports Directories Scanned = 2156 and Files Scanned = 18148.

So the overnight change has had a dramatic effect in reducing memory consumption.
Well done Stefan.

Also the flicker as the Desktop populates has significantly diminished.

I notice the cache is not crawling very much at startup.
Don't know it thats a good or bad thing, just reporting the observation.


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