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Re: Explorer/TortoiseSVN x64 Crash

From: <Stefan.Fuhrmann_at_etas.de>
Date: 2006-02-21 13:04:20 CET

James Slaughter <slaughter@acm.org> wrote:

> Earlier today, Explorer crashed after I copied a directory tree
> containing some new files (about 1300 of them) into an existing working
> copy. There was an access violation reading location 0x000000000044006a
> from the the code at 0x10018217 in TortoiseSVN.dll (the DLL was loaded
> with a base address of 0x10000000)

Hello James,

thank you for your report. Is the TSVNCache process 64 bit as well
(default setup) and
did it survice the crash? The reason I'm asking is that it sounds like
some kind of sync.
problem. Do you have a multi-CPU / -core or hyperthreading system?

> I saved a minidump (66kB; I'll post it on request) in case anybody wants

> to investigate further.

Now that my stress @office seems to relax, I can spend some time on tsvn64
So, if you could send the minidump to stefanfuhrmann (\at) alice-dsl
(\dot) de, I should
be able to check at least the "whereabouts".

Received on Tue Feb 21 13:04:47 2006

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