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Re: Impossibly long disk-grinding on checkout

From: Adam Aulick <adam_at_aulick.net>
Date: 2006-05-25 20:22:20 CEST

On May 25, 2006, at 1:55 PM, Eric Hanchrow wrote:

>>>>>> "Adam" == Adam Aulick <adam@aulick.net> writes:
> Adam> When checking out a flat directory with a large number of
> Adam> files in it from a repository on the LAN, after successfully
> Adam> getting all the files, my client spends an impossibly long
> Adam> time grinding the disk to no apparent purpose. There is no
> Adam> network access going on during this time, and the CPU is
> Adam> idle. What is going on?
> Just a guess, but: perhaps anti-virus software is checking those
> files.

No, I don't run that sort of intrusive anti-virus.

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