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Update: RE TSVN bug

From: Simon Berry <Simon.Berry_at_andromeda.uk.com>
Date: Fri, 6 Jun 2008 16:54:37 +0100

>>> This should be fixed in the upcoming 1.5.0 release (early June).

>>Is it expected that the 1.5 release will also fix the annoying way
>>TSVNCache hangs (rendering Explorer almost unusable - at least with
>>version 1.4.8)?

>I have been using a nightly build of 1.5 for a few weeks after loosing
patience with TSVNCache hanging all the time - and can report that it
>*appears* that this bug has been fixed ...

I previously reported that the TSVNCache.exe hanging issue seemed to be
fixed in version 1.5 ( I am using 1.5.0 build 12608).

However today I noticed that TSVNCache suddenly started using > 50% CPU
load (see attached cpu.jpg)

Looking at the task in more detail, the 'I/O reads' and 'I/O writes' are
pretty constant, but the 'I/O Other' is shooting through the roof -
going up by approx 1000 per second and the 'I/O Other Bytes' is
incrementing by approx 25K per second.

I have also attached a cut down dump from process monitor which shows
that TSVNCache is cycling through the same 5 or 6 files/locations every
100ms - almost as if it is stuck.

I hope this helps to track down the problem...


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Received on 2008-06-06 17:52:39 CEST

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