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Re: TSVNCache.exe taking all the available CPUs

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-30 20:40:48 CEST

Emmanuel Stapf [ES] wrote:

> I have Windows XP Pro 64-bit on a dual core AMDx64 and the following install of
> TortoiseSVN:
> On my machine, I have quite a lot of checkouts, some with `svn:' and others with
> `https:' protocol.
> Now very frequently, TSVNCache.exe is taking all the available CPU time of only
> one processor. Using Process Explorer I cannot see any disk/registry activity on
> TSVNCache.exe process, so it must go into some kind of infinite loop.
> Is this a known bug? Anything I can provide you with to better find the reason
> of this problem?

Please set the registry key
and set the DWORD value to 1.
Then kill the cache process.
After the cache starts up again, you will see an icon in the system tray
(on the bottom right on the taskbar). If you doubleclick on that icon, a
window will show up where you can see which paths the cache currently is
When the cache again uses up all available CPU, check the path shown
last in the window. Maybe you can find out something about that specific
path (if it's always the same). Info like how many files are in that
path, if it's versioned, the status of the files in that path (use
"check for modifications" dialog for that), ...


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Received on Tue May 30 20:41:14 2006

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