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Re: TSVNCache uses 100% processor time on quad-core pcs

From: Patrick Bureau <pbureau_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2009 11:58:23 -0500

Hello Stefan,

It stops when the task at hand is done.
The process usually never has to be manually killed as such.
Killing the cache and letting it restarts itself seems to help for a while

The main problem is that while doing an svn operation, like Update or Revert
for example,
the whole system will freeze until it's done.
Before, on single core pcs, it could become a bit slow but the system was
still quite responsive.

Typical clients are Core2 Quad with 4GB of ram running WinXP.
Projects can be fairly big at 10 000 files/multiple GBs (without .svn
Having an anti-virus active or not doesn't seem to change anything.


Patrick Bureau wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I had multiple reports over the last months about the TSVNCache.exe
> > process stalling quad-core pcs while it updates the cache's content.
> Does it stop after some time or do you have to kill the process?
> > Someone else reported the issue last summer in the "TSVNCache bug"
> > thread, but I can't find what resulted of this.
> >
> > Is this bug still open?
> As long as we can't reproduce something, there's no point.
> Do you have more information on how to reproduce the issue?
> Stefan


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