On 03.12.2009 11:16, Bernhard Merkle wrote:
> On Dec 3, 9:14 am, Stefan Küng<tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 08:54, Bernhard Merkle
>> <bernhard.mer..._at_googlemail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi there,
>>> TSVNCache.exe is still a performace issue for the explorer if it runs
>>> with the TSVN default settings.
>>> I have TSVNCache open and can see it is crawling for ages and turns
>>> down the I/O significantly.
>>> My TSVN version is 1.6.3
>> We're at 1.6.6 now.
>>> I can see major delays with the explorer (opening folders, context
>>> menues etc), because the TSVNCache.exe really eats IO/performance. If
>>> you are running this e.g on a laptop it gets an issue.
>>> Can you do something about that ?
>> No, but you can. Update.
> okay i see in the changelog where were modifications in 1.6.4 and
> 1.6.6 for TSVNCache.
> thanks for that. I will update.
>>> Does TSVNCache.exe save the results it found (during craweling?)
>> What do you think?
> I do not know this because i have not implemented TSVNCache and there
> is no information in the manual if the results are transient or
> persistent (according to the text I assume transient).
> My question is if the results are saved persistently, and also where ?
> Do after a restart of TSVNCache.exe it will reuse the information.
> Also if I modify exclude/include, does that apply immediately ?
There are hundreds of mailing list posts about the cache. Just do a
quick search and you will have your answer.
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