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Re: 1.4.4 performance problems

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-08-21 23:40:37 CEST

On 21/08/07, David Hostetler <negativesum@gmail.com> wrote:
> Back to the topic at hand:
> The working copy that is exhibiting this problem is *not* a network
> mount. It's on the local HD, and it's a repo that I access/update
> regularly. This problem had never manifested prior to the upgrade to
> tsvn 1.4.4 (and the accompanying svn upgrade). At least, not to any such
> degree that I noticed. Contrary to Fisher's experience, I'm able to
> bring up the task manager and kill TSVNCache without much delay.

Maybe you have a dual core processor and Steven doesn't?

> When I
> do so, any open folders that were frozen on the desktop immediately
> recover and display their contents (they go blank and don't refresh when
> the freeze hits).

Certainly sounds like an infinite loop. How big is your working copy?
Small enough to zip and email? Has the cache tray icon shown anything


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