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Re: TSVNCache not creating/saving cache file

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 06 Jan 2010 19:25:44 +0100

On 06.01.2010 11:35, Jean-Marc van Leerdam wrote:
> Hi Marcel,
> 2010/1/6 Marcel Samek<msamek_at_machinimamagic.com>:
>> I was looking into TSVNCache performance on my system and noticed that
>> the cache file that it saves was 6 months old. It was called "cache".
>> I looked at the current source code to double check that I understood
>> where the cache file should be and realized that since I am running
>> vista64, the cache would probably be called "cache64".
>> To investigate further, I deleted the old cache file and have run
>> TSVNCache for a couple of days, through multiple system restarts, and
>> no cache file has ever been created in the appropriate location.
>> The directory C:\Users\msamek\AppData\Local\TSVNCache appears to have
>> been created but it is always empty.
> AFAIK the cache file is created during sytem shutdown, read during
> startup and then deleted.

Yes, that's correct. You'll never see the cache file since it's removed
right after it is read. And it's written right before the cache process
exits (usually on system shutdown).


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