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Re: SVN using network bandwidth when idle

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 08:20:25 +0100

2008/7/17 Alf Christophersen <alf.christophersen_at_medisin.uio.no>:
> 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?

No, TSVNCache looks at working copies, not repositories. Try adding
the network drive to your exclude list (and uncheck 'show excluded
items as normal'.
> 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 :-(

Have you tried a nightly build?


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