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Re: Disable TSVNCache.exe to minimize disk IO?

From: maathieu <maathieu_at_mailinator.com>
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 03:51:03 -0700 (PDT)

Matt England wrote:
> TSVNCache.exe routinely eats up a lot of hard-disk IO resources on my
> laptop. It appears to severely degrade my system resources. It also
> appears to provide unnecessary functionality.
> How can I prevent this process (TSVNCache.exe) from running...assuming I
> do
> not need it?

Another solution is to lower the priority of that process. It should run in
background as a low priority process anyway and not crawl with a normal
priority, hogging the Disk IO (which is a real problem with older laptops
that have slow disks).

In order to do that manually you need to get into the task manager, select
the process and click with the right button to change its priority. A more
perene solution would be to modify Tortoise itself so that it launches that
process with a lower priority.


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