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Re: TSVN Hangning Windows exporer on right click.

From: <jason.morgan_at_aveillant.com>
Date: Mon, 9 Dec 2013 11:26:14 +0000

Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote on 06/12/2013 17:24:00:

> From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
> To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org,
> Date: 06/12/2013 17:24
> Subject: Re: TSVN Hangning Windows exporer on right click.
>
> On 06.12.2013 12:45, jason.morgan_at_aveillant.com wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > 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
> working copy.

I should have been more exact.
I am aware that working copies on network shares can cause issues with
explorer (not that ever I've seen any myself
even over very slow links)

I noticed our local machines were set-up with remote folders in this way
when I first started working.
So initially (6 months ago) I did have some working copies on remote
shares. When I started having problems I moved them.

Since then I've always worked in a local folder where all of my working
copies are located.

I've done a search for folders called .svn to see if any working copies
exist outside of my local working copy tree
and there are none.

There is nothing I can do about the shares being mounted, even though I am
not using them for SVN.

> 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).
>
> Stefan
>
>
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