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[TSVN] TSVNCache keeps handles to unversioned folders

From: Markus Gölzner <markus_at_decom.at>
Date: 2005-10-10 15:28:30 CEST

Issue report
Category: Cache
Reported Version: 1.02.0004.4479
Details:
TSVNCache (sometimes) keeps handles to unversioned folders. One is unable to
delete or rename these folders.

Steps to reproduce:
1. Configure a include path for TSVN. In this example the included path is
"O:\Projects" on a mapped network drive.
2. Make sure that "O:\Projects" has some subfolders and files in it and none
of the folders are under version control. One subfolder under "O:\Projects"
is named "Test" for example.
3. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to "O:\Projects".
4. Try to rename "Test". It cannot be renamed.
5. Use "Process Explorer" or a similar tool to verify that "TSVNCache.exe"
is the only process that owns a handle to the folder "Test" and therefore
prevents the rename to succeed. In my case the complete name of the handle
as shown in "Process Explorer" was
"\Device\LanmanRedirector\;O:00000000000106e5\Server\Data\Markus\VCSWORK\Pro
jects\Test". The drive O: was mapped to "\\Server\Data\Markus\VCSWORK\".

I am not on the mail list, please CC any answers to me directly.

Thanks and Best regards
Markus Gölzner

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