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Re: cache problems

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-28 18:54:03 CEST

Lübbe Onken wrote:
> Hi Stefan Küng,
> You wrote:
>> Stefan^2,
>> I found some other problem with the cache. Easily reproducable:
>> * clear the cache
>> * show the log for
>> http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/svn/tortoisesvn/branches/LogCach
>> eEnhancement/versioninfo.build
>> --> endless loop
> Do you remember the discussion we had in February about the revision graph
> losing track of a file? I just tried again with the latest nightly. If show

February? I'm sorry but that's just too long gone :)
I fixed a bug in the rev graph yesterday. What 'latest' nightly did you use?

> the graph of that file with log caching enabled, I get an endless loop and
> the CPU goes up to 100%.
> Same happens with log caching disabled. (Not 100% sure if it's really
> disabled. Do I have to reboot, after clearing the log cache and setting the
> UseLogCache registry to 0??).

* no need to hack the registry: there's an option in the settings dialog
now for this.
* no, no need to reboot. Simply changing the registry entry (or better:
the option in the settings dialog) is enough.

Wait about 5 minutes please when you show the graph. Now with the latest
changes (which make sure that *all* nodes are shown where a copy
occurred), the graph now can take quite a while to generate.


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