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TSVNCache.exe and Windows Explorer

From: Simon Berry <Simon.Berry_at_andromeda-telematics.com>
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 15:01:55 +0100

Two of my TSVN users (on XP) have problems with Windows explorer being
extremely slow (30 seconds or longer to change directories). The hard
drive light practically solid the whole time. This happens with both
versioned and non-versioned folders.

Task manager does not show anything untoward with TSVNCache.exe (i.e.
CPU and memory usage is normal) - yet if I kill this process windows
explorer springs back into life and is fully responsive.

Both users had version installed, although I tried going
back to an earlier version on one machine with no luck.

The archives show someone had a similar problem with version 1.2.0 a few
years back, but I didn't see any concrete resolution.

I have tried excluding overlays on all folders (c:\*) and including just
the working copy folder (c:\vc\*) - but this doesn't appear to help.

Any ideas?

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Received on 2008-03-31 16:01:46 CEST

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