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Re: TSVNCache.exe taking all the available CPUs

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 19:42:30 CEST

Emmanuel Stapf [ES] wrote:
>> 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'

Nothing special here. We have such files in our TSVN working copy too.

>> 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
> C:\work\tmpdev\Eiffel\API\constants\system_constants.e.

Had first to download some tools from MS to create reparse points. But
even though I think I now have the same setup as you, I can't reproduce
this. When I compare the filemon log from you with what I get, the only
difference I see is that your log shows most of the paths in uppercase
letters. Do you have something special set somewhere for your filesystem
that makes it ignore the case of filenames (some compatibility mode with
Win98 systems perhaps?).


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