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Re: [TSVN] TSVNCache keeps handles to unversioned folders

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-13 11:12:01 CEST

On 10/12/05, Markus Gölzner <markus@decom.at> wrote:
> Markus Gölzner wrote:
> > I can't reproduce these handle leaks on a W2K Server box. TSVN and SVN are
> > on the same machine. TSVNCache.exe even doesn't get started, which is
> > reasonble because all folders are unversioned and there isn't any status to
> > retrieve. I'm going to try another XP box.
> Sorry for the misinformation. I configured the wrong include path. I can
> reproduce these handle leaks on the W2K server machine. Here is a report
> form Process Explorer:
> Process: TSVNCache.exe Pid: 2272
> Type File
> Name
> \Device\LanmanRedirector\;T:0\W2K\TSVN_test\TSVN_test\Work\Projects\Test1
> Handle 0x164
> Access 0x00100081

Ok, so now you see in process explorer that TSVNCache has a handle to
that folder.
As I mentioned in my last post: I know that!
The real question is: can you delete that folder? If not, look for
other programs having handles of that folder (or files below that
folder).

Stefan

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