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Re: TortoiseSVN show 100% CPU utilization on Win7

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2012 20:09:56 +0100

On 26.02.2012 04:42, michael sorens wrote:
> I deleted crashrpt.dll as you suggested and indeed, all TortoiseSVN
> commands now respond very quickly. I am curious (probably because I am
> not the one who would have to spend time answering this :-) whether that
> means there is a problem with my computer, whether it indicates a use
> case not covered by TortoiseSVN that will be fixed in a later version,
> or something else...?

The cause was the API hooking the crash report dll did to prevent the
c-runtime from re-setting the exception handlers. Not sure why that
would take so long on your machine. Usually that's a sign of virus
scanners since they don't like processes doing hooking.

> I will completely understood if you do not have the time to follow-up on
> this.
> In any case, thanks for coming up with a solution, Stefan. TortoiseSVN
> is a great piece of software!

I've replaced our own crash report dll with this one:
which should work better.

So I hope this issue will not show up anymore.


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