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Re: Memory leak remains in 1.6.3?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2009 18:18:48 +0200

Andy Levy wrote:

>> But anyway: the memory consumption is inside the svn library
>> so you should report this to the svn mailing list.
>> Just try
>> $ svn lock --targets path/to/textfile/containingAllPathsToLock
>> and check the memory use of the CL client.
> Confirmed with 1.6.2 (haven't upgraded to 1.6.3 yet), BUT there is a
> major difference here - when the CL client finishes the locks, it
> releases the memory and terminates within 2 seconds. When I use TSVN,
> TortoiseProc.exe remains in the process list after I close the window
> and the memory is not released.

That's because the CLI is single threaded (it has only one thread) and
therefore can use a mutex-less memory allocator. TSVN uses multiple
threads and has to use a memory allocator which uses mutexes. And those
are much slower.


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