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Re: TSVNCache lockup.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-16 19:26:03 CET

Kari Grano wrote:
>> Stefan Küng wrote:
>>> Do you know why the CreateNamedPipe() failed? The error code might help
>>> here...
>> Sorry, it was just returning INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE, and after I
> instrumented
>> the code to actually call DebugOutputLastError(), it no longer occurred
> :-(
> The good news is that the problem reappeared today, and I managed to grab
> the error code. As I suspected, it is ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED. However, I have
> no solution on why this happens. Some details on my setup: When the problem
> appeared, there were three sessions open in my workstation, all running
> their own copy of TSVNCache.exe. All (including mine) ran accounts with
> limited user rights. Killing the TSVNCache instances did not make the
> problem go away. However, opening an administrator session *did* make the
> problem go away.
> The funny part is that I my restricted rights account normally works just
> fine with TSVNCache.exe.

Please try the next nightly build. I think the reason for the
access-denied errors are your different user sessions (and the fact that
pipe names are system global, not restricted to sessions).


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