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Re: Win7 NTFS corruption via TortoiseSVN

From: Jonathan Winterflood <jonathan.winterflood_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 01:03:17 +0900

I used to have a similar problem on commiting with plain SVN through
Subclipse (svn plugin for Eclipse) or through TortoiseSVN, the cause
reported by SVN was a temporary file not found IIRC.
Deactivating the anti-virus and rebooting seemed to fix the problem most of
the time, but not always....
The system was NTFS on Windows XP Pro, not sure what versions of SVN, but it
was ~6 months ago, and using releases, not nightly builds or anything.
[Just in case that helps...]

On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 00:27, Steven Zoppi <szoppi_accounts_at_collabri.com>wrote:
> I've been able to isolate the source of this based on a number of similarly
> reported problems.  I am able to accurately reproduce the problem on a XP,
> 2003, Vista and Win 7 ... The source of the problem is "realtime virus
> protection" but can't quite pin down what, exactly, is happening.
> I can report that deactivating realtime virus protection seems to enable
> things to work without failure or generating new corruption.
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Received on 2009-11-24 17:14:15 CET

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