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Re: TSVNCache.exe taking all the available CPUs

From: Flex <flex_at_datecs.bg>
Date: 2006-06-01 12:44:16 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> You can try today's nightly: it has the same 'fix' in it for the trunk.
I.e. the one that is currently at mapcap - 6666 (heh), or the one that
will be generated today?
> Try zipping that project. If you can reproduce it with the unzipped
> working copy too, you could send this to me. But if you unzip it and
> it doesn't loop, then I guess I won't be able to reproduce this.
:( Not allowed to send it but... it is not that project it looks... I
made some tries with compressing and decompressing the folder. and the
results are... strange. The project contains several subprojects and the
total folder is 93.4mb, 1593 files, 143 folders. I have created an rar
archive of it and tried to "extract here" in some temp folder, the cache
went to 100%. Killed it and repeated 5 times to be sure, every time was
a hit. The "extract here" process operates directly with the files, not
through some temp folder, so I tried to use drag & drop from archive to
let it use temp files. Guess what, no problems with the cache then,
tried several times too. Then tried removing 2 of the 7 folders from the
archive and now the problem was gone, then restored the archive and
tried another 2 folders - the same. It turns out that the cache freezes
after some time extracting... around 8 seconds, if I cut some part of
the archive to get below that time everything's ok. I guess I'll be able
to reproduce with just a bunch of pictures for example, big enough, have
to make a test repository...
> Count again. Not a dozen. It's less than that.
eek ;)
Eventually I'll go this way and install at the end...

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