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RE: Slow browsing network share over WAN when TortoiseSVN is installed

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2009 12:52:34 -0500

If you turn off overlays on Network Drives does that resolve the speed problem?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: djlawler_at_aol.com [mailto:djlawler_at_aol.com]
> Sent: Thursday, November 12, 2009 12:29 PM
> To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
> Subject: Slow browsing network share over WAN when TortoiseSVN is
> installed
> I have been trying to figure out what is going on with the speed of
> browsing a network share over a WAN link. Without tortoise
> installed I
> can pull up the share and see all it's contents in 2 seconds. With
> tortoise installed, it takes greater than 20 seconds. That is not
> so
> bad, except every time I navigate up or down on the share there is
> a
> similar delay and it locks up Explorer for the 20 seconds. In my
> icon
> overlay settings I have default set and fixed and network drives
> checked. I also have exclude paths set to * and include paths set
> to a
> single directory on my C drive and one directory that is a network
> share (but on my LAN not the WAN). This has no effect on the speed
> (and yes I rebooted after I changed the settings). I have found
> that
> what does affect the speed is enabling and disabling a single shell
> extension using ShellExView: {30351346-7B7D-4FCC-81B4-1E394CA267EB}
> (I
> kill and restart the explorer process after the change to save
> rebooting every time while testing). This has the undesired side
> effect of not showing the nice icon overlays in Windows Explorer
> anywhere. I also looked at the issue with Filemon and when the
> shell
> extension is enabled you can see a ton more file accesses being
> made
> when the share is 'opened'. Why does the shell extension not honor
> the
> settings for the Icon Overlays? Are these settings only for
> TSVNCache?
> I will just leave the extension disabled for now so that I can
> still
> use Tortoise even though I will miss the nice icons...(it's a great
> program)! If you need me to do further testing I'd be happy to
> help -
> but I do not have the full version of Visual Studio (just 2008
> Express
> C++). By the way TortoiseGIT seems to have the exact same issue
> (and
> workaround)!
> Regards, David
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