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Performance issues in project folder with many files

From: Fisher, John <jfisher_at_adrforum.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 08:50:35 -0500



I've got a folder full of SQL query files. This is a project folder,
where only Subversion files are stored. Currently, there are 1345
files, with a total size of 13 MB.


Every time I save a change to a file in that folder, TortoiseSVN uses
50% of the CPU for about 13 seconds on my single-CPU, hyper-threaded,
3.2GHz machine. During this time, Windows Explorer is mostly unusable.


Making changes to a new file in the folder will not cause this problem
until after the file has been connected to subversion. Hopefully, there
is a way to limit this processing to only the file that changed. That
ought to speed things up dramatically.


Received on 2008-04-16 17:25:04 CEST

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