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Re: Explorer extremely slow after updating ot latest version of TortoisesSVN

From: Pablo Dotro <pdotro_at_df.uba.ar>
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 2009 15:59:50 -0300

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Paul wrote:
>> I recently updated to the latest version. Ever since, dipslaying/
>> saving/opening anything takes a minute or more. I never had this
>> problem with earlier versions. This is the only software I've
>> installed recently, so I would guess that it is the issue.
> * updated from which version of TSVN? To which version did you update?
> * are your working copies on a network share?
> Stefan
Hi Stefan,

I have the same problem. I upgraded from 1.5.7 to 1.6.1 last week (WC
was cycled through update/cleanup to make sure it was updates
completely). It worked fine at first, but during the weekend and today I
noticed this phenomenon... almost like if Explorer froze waiting for
something. It affects all explorer, save and open windows as far as I
can tell.
I noticed nothing strange fiddling with Process Explorer, and after
reading the past posts regarding similar issues, I installed the latest
nightly: 1.6.99 build 16218.
I'm using Windows XP SP3, no firewall, no AV, and the WC is on a local
drive. I am both domain admin and local admin for this network (a
Windows NT 4.0 Server domain with a mixed set of Windows 2000,
Millennium and XP workstations). There are no other desktop extensions
installed, and the shells is plain vanilla Windows Explorer (i.e. no
Since upgrading to the latest nightly build, it seems to be working.
I'll let you know if it starts acting up again. Let me know if there is
anything I can do to help you chase this bug.
Best regards,

Pablo Dotro
Laboratorio de Ondas y Termodinámica
D. Física - FCEyN - UBA
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Received on 2009-04-20 21:00:50 CEST

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