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From: Parrish, Ken <KParrish_at_gomez.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Jun 2009 10:49:46 -0400

I am using TortoiseSVN Version:

TortoiseSVN 1.6.2, Build 16344 - 32 Bit , 2009/05/09 13:46:29


                Windows XP SP 3, Intel 2GHz - dual core, 32bit

I am finding that while performing a large 'Update' to a local working directory, the load on the processor is so great that it becomes very difficult to use other applications with any sense of responsiveness. It seems that TSVNCache and/or TSVNProc either consume such a large proportion of local computing power or lock up so many resources that other applications requiring UI responsiveness (e.g. text editors) become all but unusable.

One solution that I have found to these problem is to set the thread priority for TSVNCache, and sometime TSVNProc to 'low' via the Task Manager. However, each time that I log in, I have to reset the priority these applications.

Is there a way to set the thread priority for TSVNCache (in particular) and/or TSVNProc to 'low' in such a way that it will be remembered each time these applications are started and each time that I login?

Ken Parrish
Gomez, Inc.


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