Stefan, thank you kindly.
The information at the Tom's Tricks site you linked to solved the problem.
I already had Remote Differential Compression(RDC) turned off. After
turning off TCP AutoTuning and Receive Side Scaling the problem was
I'm amazed that such arcane settings the average person doesn't know
or care about have defaults that hobble one's everyday work. It's a
On Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 4:18 AM, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10.08.2011 15:34, Arka Roy wrote:
> > (I am sending this again, as I believe I may still have been on
> > moderation when I sent it the first time. If it arrives twice I
> > apologize in advance, please ignore).
> > Hi,
> > I have been using Tortoise SVN on Windows XP (SP 3), without any
> > problems. Speed and all other aspects are smooth and fine.
> > However I recently starting using on a Windows Vista (SP 2) partition on
> > the same machine (a 32-bit Dell Latitude E6500). So I am using the same
> > machine, in the same office, via the same LAN. The only difference I
> > can see is XP versus Vista.
> > However SVN is very problematic on the Vista partition. I am not able
> > to update or checkout that same repository. If I try to update I just
> > get the blank update dialog (with an initial message at the top that
> > says "Command Update") and a spinning cursor, forever.
> I assume the working copy is on a shared (between XP and Vista) partition?
> Then you have to manually add your Vista user with full privileges to
> the working copy folder.
> > Checkout actually starts to checkout, creates the local folder, and some
> > files do start getting downloaded. However it is very slow. After
> > reporting the added files, it doesn't end, but the dialog just remains
> > stuck there, with the cursor continuing to spin.
> > In either case the Cancel button doesn't work. However if I press the
> > close box at the top left the dialog closes.
> > Is anyone aware of issues or factors in Vista that may be difference and
> > having an effect?
> > I have Vista's UAC (User Account Control) setting off.
> For your own security, you should turn it on again.
> > I also saw a report by someone having the same problem here.
> > http://svn.haxx.se/tsvnusers/archive-2007-08/0055.shtml
> > The reply, by Stefan Küng, suggested he looks at this Microsoft site
> > below. I tried what it said there, ipconfig /flushdns, but to no avail.
> > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/939882
> > I also tried shutting off my antivirus software, this didn't help either.
> Maybe this might help:
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