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Re: 100% CPU in TSVNCache thread #2

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2006-02-09 06:31:57 CET

Brian S O'Neill wrote:
> After I perform any SVN operation through TortoiseSVN (or SVN command
> line followed by F5 in explorer), the TSVNCache process goes to 100%.
> During this time, explorer hangs until I kill TSVNCache. Thread #2 is
> in an infinite loop.
> I am unable to build TSVNCache, but I've still been trying to isolate
> where the problem is. Because thread #2 is idle priority, it is either
> FolderCrawler or ShellUpdater. These are the only two lowest priority
> threads created.
> When I use Filemon from sysinternals, it appears that TSVNCache is
> stuck reading the root directory of my working copy.
> "FASTIO_QUERY_OPEN". The root directory is a locally mounted file
> system, drive C. This little loop here has makes me suspicious, but
> since I cannot build or debug, I cannot check:
> do
> {
> workingPath =
> workingPath.GetContainingDirectory(); }
> while(workingPath.IsAdminDir());
> I think the problem is that I have a .svn directory located at the
> root: C:\.svn. I think this loop needs to check if it is at the root
> and stop.

Might be a good idea to say which version and build you are using, which
O/S is running.


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