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Re: Give TSVNCache more CPU

From: Jeff Shanab <jshanab_at_jfs-tech.com>
Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2014 15:56:05 -0500

OS drive is a 500GB Solid State Samsung, (one of the faster ones)
The dev drive is a 1 TB caviar black

I will try restricting the paths later in the week.

On Mon, Nov 3, 2014 at 3:39 PM, Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>

> On 3 November 2014 20:26, Jeff Shanab <jshanab_at_jfs-tech.com> wrote:
>> It shows in the task manager as thread prioriy normal. Just curious if it
>> changes it's priority dynamically or if task manager does not bother to
>> display that finer grained priority level .
>> I can see where you would not want to impact compile but when you are not
>> compiling the OS should speed up and use the I/O capacity that it has to
>> get the work done. I certainly do not see that. I/O utilization stays low
>> and the cache is slow. (Maybe I need a more mature OS)
>> (it has 50% to do with CPU ;-) I am saying my machine has CPU to spare,
>> memory to spare, and I/O speed to spare and it still is slow)
> Is your working copy on the local hard drive, a network share on another
> PC, a NAS or something else?
> Simon


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