Just saw this with 1.4.7:
1. TSVNCache was running. It was configured to include paths
C:\rd* as well as a few others.
2. Renamed directory from C:\rd to C:\rds.
3. Tried to rename directory again. Failed.
4. Opened Process Explorer and scanned for C:\rds handles.
5. Only 2 processes had it: explorer.exe (which is what I was
using to rename the folder with-so this one is safe), and TSVNCache.
6. TSVNCache actually had locked a directory immediately under,
C:\rds\Run, which was completely empty. It was sitting there with the
lock open for no reason I can tell. Waited, re-scanned, and it still
had it open.
7. Tried again and still failed to rename the folder.
8. Went to TortoiseSVN->Settings, Icon Overlays, changes Status
cache from Default to Shell.
9. Waited a few seconds. Handle gone. (TSVNCache gone, of
10. Renamed folder.
11. Changed Status Cache back to Default. Waited a few minutes.
Verified TSVNCache is back.
12. Renamed a few more times, and it's okay, but Process Explorer
now shows "Non-existent process" as having a lock to the top-level
directory there. Even so, I can still rename the folder. I'm not sure
if this is some remnant of TSVNCache, something from Windows Desktop
Search, or what.
In any case, it seems to me that TSVNCache can sit around, locking up a
folder and preventing its parent from being renamed, but the behavior is
not readily reproducible.
Received on 2008-02-13 15:55:30 CET