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Re: TSVNCache lockup.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-14 19:14:11 CET

Peter McNab wrote:
> Hi devs.
> Fired up a guest account on fully patched XP single core machine and
> encountered a 100% lockup in TSVNCache.
> Managed to open the TaskManager view and see about a dozen tasks running
> instead of the usual 40 or so, indicating the cache process really had a
> grip in the machine. Could not resize the TaskManager dialog although it
> was responsive to adding a new column.
> Win32 version of nightly r11329.
> Killed the cache process and re-booted, all OK.

Was the cache already running in another user context?
Then, the explorer process couldn't access the pipe to the cache process
due to restricted access rights.
If however the cache was running as the user GUEST itself, then there
might be another problem (which will take me a few hours more to find a
fix for).


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