On 06.12.2013 12:45, jason.morgan_at_aveillant.com wrote:
> I have TortoiseSVN 1.8.3, Build 24901 - 64 Bit / Subversion 1.8.4
> running on Windows 7 /64
> When I right click Windows Explorer becomes unresponsive.
> If I uninstall TSVN the problem goes away.
> If, when hung, I kill off TSVNCache it sometimes bring the system back
> to responsiveness.
> Though often, attempting to kill TSVNCache fails and the process ID
> remains the same.
> Killing explorer also often fixes the problem, but it usually returns on
> the next right click.
> Our IT is such that some of the user folders on our machines are
> remotely mounted.
> Though it seems to hang even if local folders are clicked.
> I've turned on debug logging and run DebugView, all I see are lines
> like everything is ok, it just seems to take it's time printing some of
> the lines.
Having working copies on network shares is always slow and not
recommended at all. It could corrupt the SQLite database used in a
That said: you can either switch the overlays to "Shell" or disable them
completely in the settings dialog so TSVNCache.exe won't run and scan
the working copies, or at least exclude all working copies and all
network paths from showing overlays (even if you don't have working
copies on them).
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Received on 2013-12-06 18:24:10 CET