On 29.09.2010 16:10, Jim Garrison wrote:
>> -----Original Message----- From: Stefan Küng
>> [mailto:tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2010
>> 3:38 PM To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org Subject: Re: Overlay Icons
>> flipping back and forth
>> On 28.09.2010 19:51, Jim Garrison wrote:
>>> I did a new checkout of a large directory, and noticed that
>>> initially, all the first level directory (within the checked out
>>> directory) overlay icons were green as expected. Then after a
>>> few minutes some turned red without me having done anything. As
>>> I watched, several others flipped from green to red, and then
>>> some of the red ones flipped back to green. A few went back and
>>> forth a couple of times
>>> I have the cache behavior set to "default" -- Is this normal
>>> TSVNCache behavior?
>> Do you have externals defined in your working copy? Or do you use
>> a SUBSTed drive for your working copy? Or is it on a network
> None of the above. It's a simple local drive and I have no SUBSTs
> even defined. I have two working copy areas, one is on a local
> directory, and one is on an SSD mounted at a local directory on C:.
> C:\dev Mounted SSD volume C:\dev2 Local directory on C:
> I see the same behavior on both.
Please create the DWORD registry value
and set the value to 1.
Then kill the TSVNCache.exe process.
After that, the cache process is restarted and it will add an icon to
the system tray. A doubleclick on that icon will bring up a debug window
showing all paths the cache is crawling.
The paths might indicate which path (folder) causes the problem for the
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