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RE: TSVNCache.exe taking all the available CPUs

From: Emmanuel Stapf [ES] <manus_at_eiffel.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 17:40:36 CEST

Sorry not to answer directly to Stefan message, but I'm not subscribed to the

Thanks for the tip for the tray icon for TSVNCache.exe. I was able to quickly
find where it started to get crazy. It is on a directory which contains about 10
files (all versioned) and one of them is marked modified. In the window, it
repeatedly says "Invalidating and refreshing folder: C:\XXX\yyy\zzzz".

The funny things are:
- as soon as I delete the modified file then TSVNCache.exe is not stuck anymore
and continue crawling.
- as soon as I redo the modification on that file, it gets crazy again and
displaying the same problem.

When I do svn st or svn up from the command line I have no issues reported by
the svn toolset.

Each time, I removed the modified file, TSVNCAche.exe went further, but again it
stopped on a folder which had modified files.

Then it got stuck on a different folder, which had non-versioned files, but even
after removing them it would get stuck. I had to exit TSVNCAche.exe and restart
it, then it did not exhibit the problem.

All of the above problems appear in a checkout of 1GB with about 94167 Files and
22298 Folders (this includes the .svn folders/files).

Since it is quite consistent, is there a way to prevent this kind of infinite
loop? What kind of information would you like to get from me to better find the
root cause of all this.


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