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Re: SVN using network bandwidth when idle

From: Alf Christophersen <alf.christophersen_at_medisin.uio.no>
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 23:27:06 +0200

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Risingfish wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I just upgraded to Tortoise 1.5 yesterday and have run into a bit of a
>> problem. After I update, commit, or do anything with Tortoise,
>> TSVNCache.exe just sits there using 60-80KB of bandwidth. I eventually
>> have to 'End Proccess' it to get it to let go. This seems to have
>> something to do with log caching because turning that off seems to fix
>> the problem. Is this normal behavior? Just trying to get info, I love
>> the program!
> TSVNCache has nothing to do with log caching. TSVNCache is for caching
> the status of your working copies.
> If TSVNCache uses bandwidth, that means you have your working copies
> on a network share instead of your local harddrive. Disable either the
> cache or the overlays for your network drive.
If the repos reside on my M:-disk, but is accessed through svn+ssh
protocol, could still tSVNCache find it and doing lot of unnecessary
network activity?

When having network connected, Tortoisesvn hangs disk access for up to a
minute, even I have disabled all disks for overlay checks. Disks work ok
when uninstalling TortoiseSVN :-(

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Received on 2008-07-17 23:27:17 CEST

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