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Re: 1.4.4 performance problems

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-22 19:59:26 CEST

David Hostetler wrote:

> 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. 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).

Can you check how many threads the cache process has running please
(task manager)?
I've just noticed that my cache process has 80 threads running which is
definitely not good - working on it...


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