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tortoise 1.5 TSVNCache seems to be stuck in a loop

From: Aaron Solochek <aarons-tortoisesvn_at_aberrant.org>
Date: Tue, 08 Jul 2008 09:57:40 -0400

So, I'm using a non-recommended setup; my repository is a samba share.

Since updating to 1.5 I've noticed a constant network load on the machine
hosting the share of just under 1Mbit/sec. Wireshark showed me that it was
indeed coming from my windows box. It appears that tortoise is going through
and opening and closing each file. The actual protocol-level commands are
a NT Create AndX Request followed by a Trans2 Request then a Close. It
_appears_ that it is stuck in a loop operating on the same directory over and
over. I have definitely seen it examining the same file in different captures,
and it always seems to be limited to a small piece of my source tree.

My tree is basically

/foo
/bar
/common/..
/projects/..
/utilities/..

and I've never seen it looking at something in projects/ or utilities/ which is
odd, since those are much, much bigger parts of the tree. It is always looking
at the files in the root, or common. So it does seem like something is wrong here.

Also, looking at the task manager on the windows box, I see TSVNCache.exe is
using about 25% cpu constantly as well.

Like I said, this didn't occur in tortoise 1.4. Something is causing the cache
process to get stuck in common and not progress further. How can I further
debug this?

Thanks.

-Aaron

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