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Re: Bug Report: NOD32

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-24 14:34:27 CEST

On 5/23/07, Paul <paul@kitomba.com> wrote:
> I have noticed the following and can't see any previous mentions of it on
> the net:
> When using NOD32 ver 2.7 on Windows Vista (with the AMON(File System
> Monitor) module running)
> if you try and do anything with tortoise svn or command line svn, the
> computer will freeze and use 100% CPU.
> If you turn the AMON module off it works sweet.

The problem is that this AMON module is locking files for exclusive
access when Subversion is trying to access them, so Subversion has to
wait in line. Many AV products don't play nice with how Subversion
manages its working copy info (the .svn directory) - tell yours to
ignore those directories.

If there is a bug, it's NOD32/AMON, not Subversion.

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Received on Thu May 24 14:34:47 2007

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