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Re: Dual core

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-07 16:06:41 CET

On 3/7/06, Dennis Thrysøe <dth@conscius.com> wrote:

> I'm experiencing a hang in TSVN when expanding the initial node of the
> rep-browser. It is fully reproducible.
>
> My machine is a dual core (centrino duo) and I suspect this may have
> something to do with it.
>
> The hang is extra severe, as it causes all of windows to hang. I can
> still use ctrl+shift+esc, ctrl+alt+del and alt+tab but neither of these
> work properly. Only way out is to turn the machine off the hard way.

There is absolutely *no* way a program in userspace can do that. Only
drivers can lock a system that hard. So even if you can reproduce this
with TSVN, it must be a problem with a driver/hardware component.
Maybe a network driver (because when you expand a node in repobrowser,
it contacts the repository).

> I am hoping for some insight into this problem on this mailing list,
> since I can always reproduce the problem with TSVN (I'm experiencing
> similar symptoms in other places as well - like for instance pressing
> any media key).

Media key, TSVN - maybe video driver, network driver, ...

Stefan

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