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TSVNCache.exe constantly active with TortoiseSVN

From: Joost van Dongen <joost_at_ronimo-games.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2010 16:05:51 +0200

Hi all,

One of the computers at our office is almost constantly slow in
everything. This seems to be caused by the TSVNCache.exe process: it is
constantly taking about 10% of the processor and the harddisk light is
almost constantly flickering. So it seems like this process is
constantly accessing the harddisk, thus greatly slowing down any other
application that wants to use the harddisk. This not only happens when
exploring the SVN folders (in Windows Explorer with TortoiseSVN), but
also when doing random other things on the computer.

I looked through the FAQ and found some fixes to increase speed, but
none of them seem to solve this issue. Doing a clean-up does not seem to
help either. We have 14 computers at the office all running the same SVN
and somehow this problem only seems to occur on this one PC.

As for background: we run Tortoise SVN, the computer runs Windows XP
SP3, the SVN repository has a size of about 60gb and is updated daily.
All files in the SVN folders that are not on the server, are set to
ignore. There are no conflicts lying around and all changed files are
regularly committed.

I don't know any other things to try to fix this. Would anyone know what
we can try to solve this issue? Thanks in advance! :)

With kind regards,


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