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Re: TSVNCache and TGitCache using 100% CPU

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2011 17:28:03 +0100

On Fri, Nov 18, 2011 at 16:49, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On 18.11.2011 15:30, Jean-Pierre Bergamin wrote:
>> Hello everyone
>> After the Update to TortoiseSVN 1.7, I have the problem
>> that TSVNCache.exe and TGitCache.exe fight for CPU time when I select a
>> folder that contains sub folders with git and svn repositories in it.
>> The icons of the directories start to flicker and TSVNCache, TGitCache
>> and two explorer.exe processes start using 100% CPU on a core. I cannot
>> close this explorer window anymore, but must kill its process.
>> Any idea? Shall I file a bug report?
> Can you try a nightly build please?
> When I tried to reproduce the problem, I still had a nightly from monday
> installed. Could not reproduce it under debugger with the very latest
> version so I upgraded my release install to the latest nightly, and I can't
> reproduce it now anymore.

Sorry, won't work. Just have the issue again.
But from what I can see, it's not the TSVNCache that's the problem here:
* TSVNCache.exe uses 0.47% CPU, while TGitCache.exe uses 32.87% (dual core).
* TSVNCache.exe does not send any shell notifications, but
TGitCache.exe does repeatedly (a shell notification leads to explorer
asking for the overlays again, that's why TSVNCache.exe is a little
bit busy as well)

Opened issue #973 for TGit:


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