> With Microsoft Network Monitor I found out the differences between a
> share without problems:
> and the share with the freezing problem:
> From the time offset in the second column You can see, that in the
> second case the request take longer to complete.
> After I installed Tortoise 1.4.8, there is no freeze problem, but
> there are also many requests like the following:
> On a system without Tortoise installed, there is no SMB traffic at
> all, when I right click on a directory.
> Can anyone tell me, why the same request is sent over and over again
> in both cases, just because Tortoise is installed? This is not very
> efficient even in the case, where there is no problem. In Tortoise
> settings I only chose fixed drives for icon overlays and set an
> include path. Therefore I don't see, why Tortoise needs to check a
> network drive at all.
Your settings are for the *overlays*. The context menu *has* to fetch
the status (that's why you see SMB traffic: it's fetching the svn
status) of the item you right-clicked on. Without the status, we'd have
to show *all* items all the time, even those which don't make any sense
according to the svn status (e.g., 'commit' for an unversioned folder).
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Received on 2008-07-17 17:52:21 CEST