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Re: bug(?) report TortoiseSVN

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-07 17:41:18 CEST

On 5/7/07, Benjamin Toso <benjamin.toso@gmail.com> wrote:
> When deleting a file within an a SVN-managed directory, the first file
> delete can take more than a couple minutes to complete. During this
> time, TortoiseProc.exe shows on the Task Manager Processes list using
> up to 16% of CPU during that time. Subsequent file deletes take only
> a few seconds. The problem happens from within a TortoiseSVN file
> window or File Explorer.
> I am running Windows XP Pro on a machine with 2GHz processor and 1GB RAM.

Can't say I've seen that, on a similar system. Possible that your
on-access virus scanner is blocking it on the first delete, and
causing TSVN to wait? Can you reproduce the problem with the
command-line SVN client?

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