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Re: TSVNCache.exe slows Windows XP to a halt

From: Will WM <willwm_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 1 Aug 2009 01:56:01 -0700 (PDT)

Just out of curiosity, do you have a Nvidia video card in your

I was having the same problem with TSVNCache.exe on my machine, which
as a NVidia Quadro 1700M and the original Dell drivers with nView
enabled and found the same issue. Now that I'm running WHQL drivers
directly from NVidia, the problem has gone away.

Just a hunch. ;-)

On Jul 31, 1:20 pm, Mario Ricci <mario.ri..._at_imulus.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> I have seeing a problem with the newest build for weeks - TortoiseSVN 1.6.3,
> Build 16613.  I am running Windows XP SP3 and have almost 100 megs of code
> in my trunk.
> My problem is when I do anything (or nothing) TSVNCache.exe goes to around
> 50% and accesses the hard drive non stop.  I would be fine if this happened
> once in awhile, but as a test I have let it go over the weekend, for a few
> hours during the day, over lunch etc.  I can come back and the hard drive is
> always on solid and my machine is slow as dirt.  
> If I restart my machine and login it goes back to killing my hard drive and
> CPU.  I have uninstalled and reinstalled Tortoise and nothing changed.
> The only way I can get this to stop for awhile is if I kill the process or
> uninstall Tortoise (I did this but only for a few hours as I need it).  If I
> kill the process my computer is fine, but once I do anything Tortoise
> related it starts back up and then I have to kill it again.
> I have a 3.0 GHz Core 2 Duo - I noticed a similar thread with a Quad Core PC
> but that problem was only for a little while, I assume while updating.  This
> is non-stop HD access I am assuming is an infinite loop.  Any other info
> please just ask - sorry I don't have more steps to reproduce.  The weird
> thing is no other developers at my work have this problem so I would assume
> it may be hard to reproduce.  I am more than willing to help with logs and
> such.  Please help!
> Thanks,
> Mario
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