TortoiseSVN causing Windows XP to index every half hour?
Good morning everyone.
We use TortoiseSVN and Subversion together in our office for managing source
code. We have a user that has a machine with roughly 4 large hard drives
who mainly deals with images, After having switched the user from using VSS
to manage his changes, and having installed TortoiseSVN and just configuring
it to connect with our Subversion server, it seems that roughly every half
an hour, TortoiseSVN just seems to index the same folder groupings over and
over again causing a major hit in performance to his system.
I've done various things to check for general issues but it all comes down
to TortoiseSVN. Is there any way to supress Tortoise from doing this? It's
not like it's connecting to the server, but its just indexing and
indexing...the usert does have Indexing turned on in Windows XP but this
from what I know should not be causing issues (if that were the case other
users would be having the same issues on their XP machines as they have
TortoiseSVN installed and XP with Indexing enabled).
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