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Re: Bug: commit uses 100 % CPU

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2009 22:56:21 +0200

On 10.09.2009 22:50, Ulf Zibis wrote:

> You are right. Luckily I have both.

If you hadn't, they're easy to download :)

> I filtered for Process Name TortoiseProc and had no results.

You should see at least the file accesses while the svn status is
fetched. If you get no results, then the filter is wrong. Make sure that
you only filter for process name tortoiseproc.exe and not more - maybe
you have some old filters left in there.

> Then I additionlly started ProcessExplorer and found PID 6600.
> Then I filtered for PID 6600.
> It was found, but I had to wait for the GUI to finish. After 15 min I
> got blue screen. This happens sometimes when my Centrino-CPU becomes to hot.
> What should I start first, ProcessMonitor or TSVN Commit?
> Now I try once more.

Does the dialog come to the part where the files to commit are shown? If
not, then it's not the regex part that's the problem.

Signing off for today, I'll check your posts tomorrow...


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