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Re: 1.4.4 performance problems

From: David Hostetler <negativesum_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-21 07:41:02 CEST

I just upgraded to 1.4.4 and was immediately struck by this problem with
TSVNCache. It brings my system to a complete grinding halt.

Any more word on what the problem is and whether there is a work-around
and/or (hopefully) a fix in the works?

I'll attempt the CacheTrayIcon debug process as described, though it
sounds like it's hard to get the useful information from that.


- David Hostetler

Steven Fisher wrote:
> On 11-Aug-2007, at 12:25 AM, Stefan K√ľng wrote:
>> * a window pops up, showing you all paths the cache is currently crawling
>> * find out which paths are crawled over and over again
> This has turned out to be rather difficult; the window isn't wide enough
> to show the full path of the directories being crawled. Is there any way
> to direct this to a text file? Is there any way to get timing information?
> As near as I can tell, though, everything is being recrawled every time
> I do any action in SVN or any navigation in the explorer, and it's just
> that each directory is taking a long time.
> Any ideas for further narrowing it down?
> At least I can get my work done by turning icon overlays off. :)

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