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Re: OK button unresponsive in "Lock Files" dialog box...

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-06-18 12:55:29 CEST

On 18/06/07, David Hedley <david@vistair.com> wrote:
>
> > Stefan Küng wrote:
> > > David Hedley wrote:
> > >> Hi Tobias, many thanks for your response. I've noticed this issue with
> > >> the last few versions and currently with 1.4.3.8645
> > >>
> > >> The time between the OK button becoming enabled and it being
> > >> functional is definitely related to the number of files to be locked.
> > >> E.g. locking a directory with 3 files is instantaneous. Locking a
> > >> directory tree with 800 files and sub directories takes over 30
> > >> seconds between the OK button becoming enabled and it actually
> > >> functioning (incidentally the same applies to the Cancel button too).
> > >> During this waiting time there is no apparent activity in the Get
> > >> Locks dialog box. The issue occurs on a number of different computers
> > >> (all running 1.4.3.8645).
> > >>
> > >> The repository is accessed over the network via the SVN protocol. The
> > >> server SVN version is Linux 1.4.2 (r22196). During the waiting period
> > >> there is no obvious activity on the SVN server and a tcpdump between
> > >> client and server shows zero network traffic during this time. The
> > >> server has a pre-lock script (from the crontrib directory) which
> > >> checks that the files to be locked have the 'needs-lock' property set,
> > >> although disabling this makes no difference to the waiting time.
> > > Has anybody managed to recreate the above issue? Should I file it as
> a bug?
> >
> > http://nightlybuilds.tortoisesvn.net/latest/changelog.html#r8712
> > http://nightlybuilds.tortoisesvn.net/latest/changelog.html#r8713
> >
>
> I have recently installed the latest (1.4.4.9706) version and it appears
> that the bug documented above is still apparent. Can someone confirm
> whether the fixes indicated in Stefan's email made it into this release?
> If so, they haven't fixed the problem :-(

This has been fixed on trunk (which the nightly build is built from),
not on the 1.4.x stable branch. I guess it is not considered a serious
enough bug for backport.

Simon

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