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Re: problem: high&long cpu usage

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-23 17:35:17 CET

Harm Verhagen wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a problem with tortoise, which I would like to report here.
> Every time I do an update of my project, tortoise turns my laptop
> unusable for 45 minutes. The application TSVNCache.exe consumes all
> available cycles, leaving very little to actually use my system.
> I am using a fairly big project:
> 6.66Gbyte (including .svn dirs)
> 112724 files (including .svn stuff)
> 63620 folders (including .svn)
> an example problematic update had:
> conflicted 1
> Merge 2
> Added 1948
> Update 420
> transfered 190MByte of data of a local (100Mbit line) svn server.
> Although this is big, nevertheless I think this is a bug, I suspect
> somewhere tortoise is busy looping, or one of its algorithm scales very
> bad. (O(n^2) or worse).
> If a project gets really big, ofcourse the total time to 'update'
> increases (due to download time, etc), but I don't think its ever right
> if during that time an application uses 100% cpu.
> when the system consumes 60-100% of the cpu, the harddisk also is
> accessed. most of the time the tortoise is _not_ downloading anything.
> further observation: Even without an update, TSVNCache.exe keeps
> consuming 100% of the cpu, even when tortoise is finished. And nothing
> is going on on my laptop.

Please try a nightly build. I've committed a bugfix for the cache
yesterday, and from your description I figure that's exactly the bug
that was fixed.


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