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Re: TortoiseSVN is unusably slow

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-08 12:52:38 CEST

On 9/8/06, Brian Higgisson <brian.higgisson@mdbc.gov.au> wrote:
> We have recently upgraded our installation to a network based file
> archive. In this configuration explorer tends to become unusable slow
> in general, that is whether using TortoiseSVN or not. In particular
> explorer goes into "not responding" mode if any right click operation is
> attempted. It seems to make little difference whether the network icon
> option is enabled or not.

What if you uninstall TSVN entirely, to see if the problem really is Tortoise?

> I have previously used a Berkley/server configuration which didn't
> exhibit this problem. Are there some configuration options that can
> cause/correct this problem?

Your working copy is disconnected from the server, so the database
shouldn't matter. All database operations are handled by the SVN
server, so the client has no knowledge of the database type in use.

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