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Re: Various slow-downs

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-11-10 10:21:35 CET

Michael Abbott wrote:
>>> * When you commit, the log window can take up to 10 minutes to
>>> respond. I can consistently reproduce this on my PC by just
>>> clicking commit on any folder under SVN control. Having a look
>>> at the processes, TSVNCache.exe remains at 0% CPU time, and
>>> TortoiseProc.exe starts at 0%, slowly works it's way up to 50%
>>> and then drops to 1% or so. After a while of that, the log window
>>> finally responds.
>> See note at end.
> I would have thought this is a separate issue -- once TSVNCache has
> cached the status of all the files in the WC shouldn't that now be
> available to TortoiseProc?

No, because the cache could be out-of-date. It's a low priority
background task, OK for overlay status, but cannot be relied upon for a
commit. Opening the commit dialog triggers a fresh crawl of the WC, and
if your WC is very large that can take a long time.

But 10 minutes sounds *very* long. What version of TSVN are you using
and what size WC?


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