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Re: TSVNCache hogging CPU

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 06 Jun 2008 21:22:31 +0200

Ron Wilson wrote:
> I know this is too late to ask for in 15, but I will suggest this anyway.
> I just got pulled into a project that has a huge number of files. This
> has forced me to change my cache setting to "Shell". I am still
> working on several reasonably sized projects and miss having the "deep
> caching".
> TSVN already has a way to selectively scan directory trees. What I am
> suggesting is to enhance this to also selectively choose "default" or
> "Shell" based on path.

Just add the path to the very big working copy to the "exclude list" in
the overlays settings page.
That will make the cache not touch that directory at all, and you can
still get the 'normal' overlays on versioned folders if you activate
that option.


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