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Re: Critical bug: explorer.exe CPU consumption

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2007-01-26 07:25:51 CET

Raffael Luthiger wrote:
> Stefan K√ľng wrote:
>> I seriously doubt that this is TSVNs fault. The fact that it's the
>> desktop process that's using all the CPU time is a hint that it must
>> be some other shell extension. While TSVN also is loaded by the
>> desktop process, it isn't called (or does nothing) during checkouts,
>> updates...
>> Also the fact that you're the only one reporting that the shell
>> process uses all CPU tells me that it's not TSVNs fault.
> Hi, I can report a similar "problem". My explorer hangs for a few
> seconds as well everytime several icons change at the same time (e.g
> after updates).
> As well when I open an explorer window and click through the tree. As
> soon as I reach the directory where my repository is in, the whole
> desktop freezes for a few seconds till I can work again. First the
> directory-icon appears and about 2 seconds later the repository-state
> icon.
> I can live with it, so I never wrote about it. But I can imagine that
> on slower PCs this could drive me crazy as well.
Which Windows OS does it occur on?

On several of my XP boxs Windows Search crashes Explorer reliably while
scanning inside a .zip file somewhere deep in folders. (not using
winzip, just the unzip supplied by M$). Nothing to do with TSVN either
which was not installed.
If I tempt fate and hope the search gets to the target file before a
crash it's prudent to open a command box and Task Manager first so I
kill off the errant explorer and start a new explorer from the command line.
Ah, Windows you can rely on it to be unreliable, and of course they
never provided a means to send to M$ an explorer crash report.


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Received on Fri Jan 26 07:26:07 2007

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