John Lundbäck <john.lundback@...> writes:
> Hi all,
> I've reported this problem with 1.4.6 but the problem alas still
> persists in 1.4.8.
> Here is my case:
> Using 1.4.5 the TSVNCache works as expected eg it scans through our
> local working copies of our versioned projects. We have about 5000-10000
> files in our projects of different sorts in a hierarchical composition.
> However, when I tried to upgrade to 1.4.8 by first uninstall previous
> version, reboot, remove all local working copies from disks, install
> 1.4.8 and reboot.
> Things did not work well when I logged back in. Explorer almost
> immediately freezes and even killing explorer process does not cure this
> freeze. Only by logging out which make the logout process waiting for
> the TSVNCacheWindow process to die which it does not, but by killing it
> in the logout process I can logout. And this mess continues when I login
> First note: We as developers do NOT have administrator privileges, this
> may be one warning bell because when I do login with administrator
> privileges all is working well. This is not good news since our security
> require users not to have such privileges.
> Second note: I can jumpstart the 1.4.8 by removing all my user registry
> entries concerning Tortoise and working copies and then get a new set
> from our SVN server. This works as long as I do not restart my machine.
> If I do so, well back to square 1. If I logout and back in no problems.
> Third note: We use roaming profiles which are deleted whenever a user
> logsout or restart the machine.
> Fourth note: Although I can get 1.4.8 to work by disabling the cache, it
> feels that the whole point of the explorer integration subsides to
> almost nothing then, the feedback you get from the overlay icons are
> invaluable in my opinion.
> Have anyone any ideas why the behavior of the cache have changed in such
> dramatical way from 1.4.5? Is the forthcoming 1.5 version a better bet
> than bashing my head in the wall with the 1.4. series?
I am also having the issue that John has. My system setup for
my server however is WinXP SP2 running on VMware.
I am running TortoiseSVN 1.4.8 on both this machine (which
also contains Subversion + Apache). The VM host is a Vista
machine (not running SP1 but it has all patches pre-SP1) also
running 1.4.8. The explorer issue does not appear in the
Vista host machine - only on the WinXP SP2 VM.
I'm out of the office till tuesday so I apologise if I can't
reply till then. This is a test setup and not a production
setup so I'm pretty flexible in testing/helping out.
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Received on 2008-03-20 06:05:14 CET