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Re: Processes hanging around after successful tortoisesvn operations

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-22 18:01:04 CEST

kaare wrote:

> Today I went at this somewhat more systematically.
> After an idle weekend, I logged onto my svn host and did a ps aux. Then I went
> to my dev pc, and used TortoiseSVN to do an update, which resulted in success
> although nothing was updated, then I closed the dialog box. And finally I went
> back to my login session and did another ps aux. Here are the results:
> u@h(w)$ ps aux | grep pinwh
> As you can see, there are two additional sshd processes and a new svnserve
> processs. And this was not *during* the tortoise operation, but a minute or two
> after the dialog had been closed.

There must be something wrong with your server setup. Because when you
close the TSVN dialog, the process is terminated. Which also means that
all open network sockets are closed (even if TSVN would somehow leave a
socket open, windows would close them as soon as the process is
terminated). So on your system, there are still processes open even
though the sockets for them are not anymore.
Or maybe you have some proxy in between TSVN and your server which
doesn't close the socket handles?

> My tortoisesvn is 1.3.3 build 6219 which I believe is the latest.
> On the host:
> u@h(w)$ svn --version
> svn, version 1.1.3 (r12730)

Yikes! You know that Subversion is now at version 1.3.1?
It's free, you don't have to pay a lot of money to get the latest
version, so please update your server.


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