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Re: TSVNCache.exe taking all the available CPUs

From: Flex <flex_at_datecs.bg>
Date: 2006-06-01 14:06:07 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> The one that's up there now, the one with the evil revision number :)
Stop, stop, don't let the build number increase, it will be a *hell* of
a time until it reaches 66666 :))
> Would be great if you could create such a working copy for me to
> reproduce this.
Bad news. I couldn't reproduce with images no matter how hard I tried,
it simply refused to loop. I tried with the evil build too - and I was
able to get it only once - on the first project build. Then, nope, I
can't, extracting doesn't loop it anymore, building too, created a
dozen of new repository projects, imported, checked out, compressed,
extracted, compiled... nada, stable. So may be the problem is fixed or
at least 99%? Hope so, but since I have a work to do with just this
problematic project I'll be able to monitor the cache for a few days.

By the way I noticed some strange checkout behavior on the evil build -
before, when a project located in:
you check it out in:
then everything is okay. However with the new build
goes to

So currently you can't checkout Project1 to a Project1_test folder for
example, the closes thing you can do is Project1_test\Project1 :)

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