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Re: Hints for debugging TortoiseSVN lock-ups?

From: Lieven Govaerts <lgo_at_mobsol.be>
Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2014 21:09:24 +0200

On Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 10:23 PM, r10kindsofpeople
<r10kindsofpeople_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> I had TortoiseSVN working fine last month; but when I went to use it today,
> the program locks up any time it goes out to the repository. Usually,
> Windows figures out that the program is locked and offers to kill it for me.
> For instance, if I clear the authentication data in Settings, then run the
> repo browser, it asks for the url, I give it one from the history list, it
> asks for authentication data, I give it a username and password, and get
> "Please wait..."
> and that's the end of things.
> There are no new entries in logfile.txt.
> I can use the web browser to browse the SVN server with no issues from this
> machine.
> I know this isn't much to go on...so I'm asking what else I can do to debug
> this?

You could use Wireshark to check the network traffic and see if TSVN
is still sending and receiving data.

You could use xperf to check which statements tsvn is executing.


> My configuration is odd. I'm running WinXP in a VirtualBox virtual machine
> (running on top of an Ubuntu host). SVN server is running on a separate
> Ubuntu 14.04 PC. I was running TortoiseSVN 1.8.6, and upgraded to 1.8.8
> build 25755 today to see if that would fix it.
> I can access the repository from the Ubuntu Host using RapidSVN.
> I haven't used TortoiseSVN in a month, so it's safe to assume that
> VirtualBox, the underlying Ubuntu OS, and the server OS have all been
> updated at some point(s) in that period.
> I've poked around in the server logs and haven't seen any definitive red
> flags, but I can't say I know what I'm looking for.
> John


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