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Re: TSVNCache Memory usage

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2008 16:27:38 +0100

Scott McCaskill wrote:
> I have also noticed a significant increase in memory usage with the
> 1.5.x clients. Not 1.2 GB, but hundreds of MB is not uncommon. It can
> vary quite a bit--sometimes it is < 100 MB, other times I'll look and
> it's taking 500-600 MB.

Please use the process explorer (from sysinternals), find the
TSVNCache.exe process, then check how many active threads it has.
If the number of threads is more than 15-20, that means you have an
application using the shell extension but not releasing the COM objects
properly (i.e., a COM leak).

Stefan

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