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Re: Very slow explorer response

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2007-03-19 22:48:14 CET

groups@bcconsultingservices.com wrote:
> I have a client that uses SVN and TSVN (latest versions of both). He
> reports that when opening a folder in Windows Explorer (not related
> to the development environment) it a really long time to load (he
> reported a 30 minute load time). I am guessing this is because TSVN
> is checking against the repository...

No. TSVN never checks against the repository unless you specifically ask
it to (eg. the check for modifications dialog).

This does not sound like a TSVN problem, especially in a non working
copy folder. WC folders on a network can be slow to show their icons,
but even then explorer should remain responsive. Have you looked at the
task manager to see if something is eating CPU time?

I have occasionally seen a virus scanner *really* slow things down (in
this case, McAfee slowed Sage accounts down to slug-in-treacle speed).


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