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Re: TSVNCache.exe gone mad

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2006-03-14 14:33:16 CET

Gary Ferland wrote:
> I upgraded to the current release version and now have problems with
> TSVNCache.exe soaking up all cycles on the machine.
> I run a large test suite overnight using a perl script. the code is standard
> C running as a console application and developed with vs 2005. The input
> scripts are under svn but the files generated by the test suite are not.
> During the test the input script is read as stdin by the application and many
> output files are created. With the upgrade to the current tortoisesvn the
> test suite takes vastly longer because TSVNCache.exe gets all the cycles. The
> script is running unattended over night so I can't kill TSVNCache.exe.
> any suggestions on how to disable TSVNCache.exe or get it to be a polite
> citizen on the machine? why is it eating all the cycles?
> the OS is fully patched xp. the box if a p4.
> thanks for a great resource!
Stefan fixed a problem back at revision 5826.
Release 1.3.2 was at rev 5840 so if your back at 1.3.1 then I would
suggest an upgrade or even the current nightly which I have been using
trouble free today.
The nightly is available from :-

Other wise, there is still something lurking.
Do you have a WC in the C:\ at all?


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Received on Tue Mar 14 14:33:26 2006

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