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TSVNCache memory usage (Was Re: Status information -- needs a better solution)

From: Jody Shumaker <jody.shumaker_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-02 23:17:02 CET

> > The price for collecting this inaccurate is a process that's always
> > running and consuming 5-20MB of RAM.
> Wow! A process that's consuming about 1% of CPU and 5-20MB RAM! Call the
> police!
> Just open up the task manager and check the many processes on your
> system. For most of them, you don't even know what they're for, but they
> still use more CPU and RAM than the TSVN cache.

What if its using 12750kb working set, 150672kb private bytes, more memory
than every other app on the pc? 1.3.1 Build 5521. What is the memory amount
consumed correlate to? number of directories (versioned and unversioned, and
number of versioned files? Only reason I can guess why it might be using so
much on this one pc as it has a very large number of unversioned
directories, which someday will be versioned.

Not a big issue to me, but it's still a decent chunk of memory.

- Jody
Received on Thu Feb 2 23:21:44 2006

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