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RE: TSVNCache.exe taking all the available CPUs

From: Emmanuel Stapf [ES] <manus_at_eiffel.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 20:16:30 CEST

> 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

Remember that I'm using WinXP 64-bit, and the way I created the mount point was
through the Administrative Tools->Compute Management->Disk Management.

> 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?).

I don't think so, all my drives have been formatted in NTFS. Did you notice the
bunch of BUFFER OVERFLOW in the log? Are they expected?

I do have a good setup for debugging C/C++ code, do you think you could send me
some a debugged version of TSVNCache.exe and then I can attach it to the
debugger and see where it is doing the infinit loop?


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