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Re: tortoise spawning too many remote svnserve processes...

From: Gore Jarold <gore_jarold_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-08-13 20:28:57 CEST

--- Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:

> Gore Jarold wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am running tortoisesvn on my Windows system with
> > putty as the ssh transport ... I simply leave the
> 'ssh
> > client' field blank on the network settings
> dialog,
> > and it "just works" - I think there is a file type
> > association with putty...
> >
> > Anyway, when I fire it up, two things happen:
> >
> > - I am asked for my ssh password multiple times
>
> Depending on which dialog/command you use, yes there
> are multiple
> authentications required. Because TSVN doesn't just
> execute the
> requested command but usually some more for a better
> user experience
> (e.g., fetch the repository root, find out whether
> the URL points to a
> file or folder, ...).

Is this configurable ? Can I opt for a less refined
user experience ?

> > - on the (unix) server side, 40 or 50 or 60
> 'svnserve'
> > processes are spawned
>
> That's a little high. You should check whether your
> server properly
> shuts down the processes after they're not needed
> anymore.

It's a stock, standard FreeBSD system with no svn
daemon or processes running - the only svn processes
are the svnserve processes that Tortoise initiates...

Does tortoise not explicity disconnect or kill the
processes when it is done with them ? It seems that
it is holding them open indefinitely...

       
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Received on Mon Aug 13 20:26:56 2007

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