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Re: Lower TSVNCache process priority

From: Lübbe Onken | RA Consulting <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-11-15 09:56:33 CET

Hi Lübbe Onken | RA Consulting,

I wrote:
> I hope the nightly helps speeding up the response time.

Hm not really, I installed the latest nightly and after reboot TSVNCache crawled the hard disk for 13 minutes (9:29-9:42) bringing my laptop down to a snails pace.

If you look at the attached screen shot (made with process explorer, last 5 Minutes displayed IIRC), you'll see that TSVNCache causes a constant 20% I/O load, peaking at 60-70% every now and then. Another tool (HDiskPerf) reports almost 100% disk I/O activity during this time and thats what the PC feels like.

A long slowdown is triggered again, when any file is changed inside a WC. Just copying an unversioned file is sufficient to cause a five minute long my-pc-is-completely-laaaaaagggeeeedd feeling. Is there any way to avoid this other than turning of the cache and overlays completely?

- Lübbe

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