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Re: The untimely death of TSVNCache

From: Robert Roessler <robertr_at_rftp.com>
Date: 2007-03-06 21:50:14 CET

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Robert Roessler wrote:
>> Today I was doing my usual uninstall old SeaMonkey trunk, install new
>> SeaMonkey trunk routine, and I noticed a zero-length TSVNCache.dmp
>> file in my XP SP2 system's temp dir.
>> I have never seen one of these before, and it surprises me, since I
>> wasn't starting or stopping any copies of Windows Explorer (or my
>> system itself). Timing-wise (from the timestamps), this appeared to
>> happen after the old SM went away and just before the installation of
>> the new one. A new TSVNCache proc was apparently started 1 second
>> after the timestamp on the dump file.
>> I am running TSVN 1.4.3, and I don't typically have any of the
>> TSVNCache weirdness sometimes experienced by others, BTW.
> Just delete that file and try again.

I must have seriously mis-communicated here... obviously I deleted the
file and moved on.

I brought this up here in case someone like yourself might be
interested, since it didn't seem like any of the other strange or
undesirable behaviors with TSVNCache I have seen discussed/reported -
and thus might represent a useful (if anecdotal) data point. ;)

Robert Roessler

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