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Re: High CPU usage caused by TSVNCache.exe at startup

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 21 Jun 2009 12:00:15 +0200

VS2005User (at) googlemail (dot) com wrote:
> Hi,
> the last days I've noticed a boot delay of my Vista Sp2 System. I've
> made a boot trace with xperf and saw that TSVNCache.exe causes a high
> cpu usage right after the start. This causes a delay when of the other
> applications which are started at boot.
> Any ideas why this high cpu usage hapens right at the start of
> TSVNCache.exe?

I've seen that only in my office with the (mandatory) virus scanner
running. After I've configured it to leave the TSVNCache.exe process
alone, I haven't seen that behavior anymore.


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