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Re: commit hangs with hyperthreading

From: Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-02-12 22:54:44 CET

Roman Korchagin wrote:

> I've upgraded my Pentium 4 2.4Ghz FSB 533Mhz (that had no hyperthreading)
> to Pentium 4 3.0Ghz FSB 800Mhz that has hyperthreading and tortoisesvn
> immediately started to hang on commit. This hang is reliably reproduced
> when I commit more than 8-10 files. In fact, I simply cannot commit more
> than 10 files - it always hangs. The commit window just stop responding.

How long did you wait? Do you see CPU usage? Does Windows say that the
task does not respond?

Since the 1.2 line it *sometimes* takes very long until the commit actually
starts after hitting OK here. Most of the time the commit starts instantly,
but sometimes it takes up to 5 minutes.

It's not related to the number of files in the commit here, nor the
size of the WC. When the commit seems to hang, there seems to be no CPU
usage and no network traffic and the server is well responsive.

I wasn't able yet to make up a reproducable recipe yet but I don't
think I ever had this problem on a non-HT machine.

Kind regards


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Received on Sun Feb 12 22:54:36 2006

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