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RE: Re: Re: Re: Lower TSVNCache process priority

From: Lübbe Onken | RA Consulting <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-11-16 09:21:34 CET

Hi Simon,

You wrote:

> 500 files should be status-checked in a Very Short Time (TM) unless
> there is a problem with timestamps. Does TSVN->Cleanup help?

Up to now (TSVNCache on) my laptop behaved ok. I wonder if I run into memory swapping problems with TSVNCache. Right now all processes in total are below the physical memory limit (512MB), but once I start debugging I get up to 700-800MB.

I'm just giving cleanup a try. It's already been cleaning the WC in question for 5 minutes now. During the cleanup TSVNCache creates about 10% I/O load with some occasional peaks going up to 60%. Explorer doesn't feel as slow as yesterday (no 10 second delays for context menus, just 3).


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Received on Fri Nov 16 09:21:41 2007

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