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re: hang with Tortoise shell extension when enumerating unc shares

From: Mingus, Denny <DENNY.MINGUS_at_ttu.edu>
Date: 2007-07-19 16:42:55 CEST



I believe I've discovered a small issue when using TortoiseSVN.


When opening a unc share to a server root (i.e. \\servername
<file:///\\servername> ) there is a delay of about 30 seconds to a minute.
In order to troubleshoot the problem, I captured the packets across the
wire. Here's the essence of the error message


Trans2 Request, GET_DFS_REFERRAL, File: \server\_svn (3 times)

Trans2 Response, GET_DFS_REFERRAL, Error: STATUS_NO_SUCH_DEVICE (3 times)


and the process continues from the server root to each individual share.


I've verified that this is an issue with the shell extension by turning off
the extension with ShellExView, and trying the procedure again. The wire
capture does not show the above error messages.


I don't know how this issue might be resolved. Perhaps an option not to
search UNC shares? Hopefully there is a compromise between being able to
store svn data via unc, and having the server appear responsive.




Thanks for your time.

Denny Mingus
Tech ID#22181
Senior Technician
806/742/3169 x274
College of Architecture
Texas Tech University
1800 Flint Avenue
Lubbock, TX 79410


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