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Re: Commit is extremly slow on network shares with many unversioned files

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2011 18:14:28 +0000

On 12 December 2011 16:26, Rainer Schmidt <mumpitzstuff_at_googlemail.com> wrote:
> 'svn st -v /path/to/wc' is done in a few seconds. So it should be a
> TortoiseSVN issue.
>
> And i think i found the problem. If we have the following working copy
> structure:
>
> repository/directoryA (with some versioned files)
>              /directoryB (with NO versioned files (directory is
> unversioned too))
>
> Now i can activate my hd monitor and can see that TortoiseProc looks
> into directory A and directoryB and makes a lot of database stuff for
> both directories like (same for every subdirectory of directoryA and
> directoryB):
>
> 17:02:07        TortoiseProc.ex:3584    READ    ...\.svn\wc.db  SUCCESS Offset: 0
> Length: 100
>
> I do not understand why this is needed because the checkbox "show
> unversioned files" is unchecked (within the commit dialog).
> TortoiseSVN could ignore unversioned directories if this checkbox is
> set or it could make this option global. This would result in a huge
> performance increase in my opinion. The look for everything option is
> only needed if i want to see the unversioned files in my commit
> dialog?!

Have you added those non-versioned folders to the ignore list? That
may prevent TortoiseSVN from digging down to find unversioned content.

Simon

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