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Re: SVN checkou and SVN update - missing files

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 18 May 2015 21:09:10 +0200

On 18.05.2015 08:16, Denis Oblak wrote:
> Hello!
> Does anybody else have a problem like this. When we checkout or then
> update a repo that is large and the traffic on SVN server is very
> heavy it is almost every time that Tortoisse SVN says that the
> process is complete, but when I look at local files I see that lots
> of files are missing. I think that the problem is in our server
> performance, but would expect the Tortoise to give me some error that
> it couldn't pull all the files, or even better to reconnect and
> continue with the update. Developers are not happy, but for now I
> gave them instrucions to allways update at least two times, until the
> time it doesn't pull anything else. Than we know it is complete. I am
> trying to find out what is the problem with performance but would be
> glad if this is changed so that it gives error or even better
> reconnects and pulls down everything. Thanks.

Problems with performance and missing files. If that happens together,
the most likely reason for all of this is a virus scanner or other
'security' app that interferes with the network traffic and even
deleting already checked out files.

Assuming that virus scanner is not active on your server, use a freshly
set up computer that doesn't have it installed, install TSVN there and
try the checkout from that clean computer.
Note: simply deactivating a virus scanner most likely won't help,
because most of those 'tools' assume they know better than a user and
just appear to be deactivated but still interfere.


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