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RE: TSVNCache.exe taking all the available CPUs

From: Emmanuel Stapf [ES] <manus_at_eiffel.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 18:30:32 CEST

> What properties do you have set on that file? And what are
> the values of those properties?

I only have the svn:eol-style and svn:keywords property set on that file and the
other files of that directory. The svn:eol-style are set to 'native', and the
svn:keywords are set to 'Author Date Id Revision'
> Please get filemon.exe from sysinternals.com, then set the
> filter to TSVNCache.exe and watch which files the cache accesses.

I've attached the log. There was a repetition in the log, and what I have
attached is a complete period.

The files are in C:\work\tmpdev, however the real path is D:\tmpdev (as C:\work
is actually a mount point for my D: drive). The file which is modified is

Hope this helps,

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Received on Wed May 31 18:55:06 2006

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