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Impossibly long disk-grinding on checkout

From: Adam Aulick <adam_at_aulick.net>
Date: 2006-05-25 19:15:45 CEST

When checking out a flat directory with a large number of files in it
from a repository on the LAN, after successfully getting all the
files, my client spends an impossibly long time grinding the disk to
no apparent purpose. There is no network access going on during this
time, and the CPU is idle. What is going on?

I'm on Windows XP, using the Windows command-line client. Tortoise
SVN does the same thing, but also pegs the CPU with its TSVNCache.exe

An example case here is the OpenCascade "inc" directory, which
contains about fifteen thousand small files and, after completing the
file fetch, grinds the disk for over half an hour.


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