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Re: TSVNCache memory leak

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 20:48:44 +0100

Tim Robbins wrote:
> I am using the most recent Tortoise SVN version (1.5.9 15518). In this
> latest version, their appears to be a memory leak with the TSVNCache
> process. After doing a single commit, the memory will slowly rise
> without stopping. As we speak, its up to 70 MB. Yesterday, I went all
> day and got up over 250 MB. This issue did not exist in the previous
> version I was using, which I believe was 1.5.8. I am using Windows XP Home

Is it the virtual size or the working set of the memory footprint?
One thing to remember: even if the cache releases memory (which it does
a lot during a commit), Windows won't show that memory as freed up but
still belonging to the process that allocated it. Only when other apps
require memory is that memory assigned to those processes - as long as
there's enough memory available, most process viewers will still show
the memory for the original process.


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