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10 seconds timeout before each operation involving network connection

From: Manuel Aebischer <manuel.aebischer_at_netmodule.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2014 05:02:41 -0700 (PDT)

We are using TortoiseSVN (latest version) on Windows7 clients together with a VisualSVN (2.5.x) Server inside our company network. On some clients, there was a timeout of about ten seconds before each operation which involved contacting the server, e.g. commiting, updating, repo-browsing, etc. We analyzed this behavior using WireShark and SysInternals procmon. In the end, we found out that the problem exists only on clients with network adapters showing “Unidentified Network” such as virtual machine host adapters when no VM is running or network adapters with wrong IP settings. When all these adapters are set to disabled, the problem doesn't exist anymore and the transaction begins within a second. Adapters, either physical or virtual, with unplugged cables are no issue.
As a workaround, we tried to set the priority of the network adapter connected to the company LAN to the highest value, but without any success. The problem also exists with the command line client delivered with TortoiseSVN. Can someone reproduce this behavior?



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Received on 2014-04-17 14:25:38 CEST

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