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RE: Delay (of 25 sec) while committing

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2010 17:16:30 -0400

> I'm using Tortoise 1.6.7 on Win7 32 bit and VisualSVN Server.
> When I "SVN Commit" my changed projects, there is always an 25 sec.
> delay before the commit process starts. During this time cpu (at least
> one core) is busy at 100%.
> Trying to cancel the commit will also hang 25 secs before returning.
> Therefore an "SVN Update" on any folders has no delay at all!
> Does anybody know about this phenomenon?

Try and do a check for modifications and see if you get the same delay/CPU usage. I assume that svn library is walking the directory to find the modified files.

The best way to speed this up is to have a fast hard drive. Also, disable any on-demand Virus Scanning on your project folders and also make sure no indexing like Windows Indexer or Office Indexer is running in your project root.



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