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Re: TSVNCache lockup.

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2007-11-15 00:32:00 CET

Stefan Küng wrote:
> 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?

I cannot say yes/no definitly, not knowing XP that closely. It's
possible I had started the computer as a user with admin rights before
logging out of that account and starting Guest for the first time
without doing a complete power-down.

I have tried to rerun that scenario (once) just now but could not
reproduce the symptoms.

> 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).

TortoiseSVN appears to me to be running properly from a Guest rights
account on my oldish
but excellent single core 1.4Ghz HP/compaq nx9040. Ah the luxury of a
real Com and Printer port.


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