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Using TortoiseSVN on Win7 x64 and getting disk corruption

From: Steven Roussey <sroussey_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2010 09:10:56 -0800 (PST)

When I use TortoiseSVN on Win7 x64 and checkout and use/modify/etc a
repo that is large, like Chromium or WebKit, I always end up with disk
corruption if I try rebooting at the end of the day. I can tell there
are problems when TortoiseSVN can't complete an operation (like the
chromium checkout itself) without having "corruption" problems in
the .svn folders that it creates in the working copy. If I reboot
after that windows stops and tries to fix corruption in the disk. I
thought it was just a problem with a specific machines, but I've run
into this on three PCs at this point.

Anyone have any experience, or suggestions for a fix?

PS: I have the checkouts in a folder that is not indexed by the
windows indexing service, since I don't want a lot of extra reads on
all the extra svn files. The option is disabled for all the checked
out folders as well.



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