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Re: Bug Report

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-24 14:24:45 CEST

On 5/23/07, Paul <paul@kitomba.com> wrote:
> I'm not sure if this is the correct place to report this but I have noticed
> the following:
> When using NOD32 on Windows Vista (with the AMON(File System Monitor) module
> running)
> if you try and do anything with tortoise svn ( or commandline svn for that
> matter ) the computer will freeze and use 100% CPU.

SVN uses a lot of disk access when making a change to a working copy
(update, commit, etc.). Anything that triggers upon file access,
especially things that will lock a file for exclusive use, will cause
what you're seeing. Happens a *lot* with virus scanners. Usually the
best thing to do is to tell the virus scanner to ignore your .svn

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Received on Thu May 24 14:25:00 2007

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