Tortoisesvn icons not updating

09-Oct-2017 07:47

Updating also results in some error (I don't know how to reproduce this so I don't know what specifically would cause this and I don't remember the exact errors).I have to then delete the files from the repository, and commit the files as new. Updated to rev 4954 On navigating Explorer to a folder with revisioned folders but no revisioned files, all the overlay icons are gone. Icons trickle down folders and correctly show last known state of WC tree. did not hit F5 or mess with files) TSVNCache sends celeron to =95% CPU usage, which does not abate. HDD not showing activity so it's a similar fault to what has been noticed on revs 4947, 4954 and now 4961, This fault was not evident (well not noticed) on rev 4939 which was used for several hours last night. (28k in 5 mins in about 4k steps) without navigating Explorer. Fortunately the low process priority does not prevent other activity, like grabbing some screen shots. Explorer in single pane mode navigated to folder containing a modified file. Static for 20 mins, no CPU cycles consumed Mem =11,444k Update from Tortoise SVN site TSVNCache running for Mem goes to 11,680k Repeat process TSVNCache running for Mem goes to 11,708k (no new files found) Open up email to create this. TSVNCache running for approx 2 mins Tortoise Proc mem use goes to 14,872k (no new files found) Close dialog. Navigate IE in single pane mode to drive containing several revisioned WC folders. Left Task Manager during evenings browsing and reading. Noticed that over the past few hours the memory consumption has been creeping up. Mem goes to 11,716k (no new files found) Update from Tortoise SVN site TSVNCache running for Mem goes to 11,7328k (no new files found) Total CPU time shown in Task Manager for TSVNC = Reboot box TSVNCache Mem = 7,804k after settling. Peter --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: [hidden email] For additional commands, e-mail: [hidden email] Hi Stefan. After reboot also looked at the memory usage of Tortoise Proc Update from Tortoise SVN site Wait for cache activity to abate.Has anyone seen this before, and do you know the cause/solution? After the update, some of the files which were added from A are not present in the working copy of B, but the repository browser shows them at the correct location at the SVN server.Updating again with Tortoise always claims that everything is at the current revision.

The repository is laid out as follows: This almost exclusively happens with .aspx/cs/designer.cs, and usually all 3 at a time.

I have experienced the same problem with SVN 1.6.2 and 1.6.3 (command-line, Tortoise and Subclipse). Following workaround exists - try to checkout to the same directory - it just addes missing files.

I have also experienced this bug with Tortoise SVN with at least 1.6.2 to what I'm currently using 1.6.5.

In order to fix my missing folder issue, my steps were: Unfortunately, the previous answers above didn't work for me.

I had the same problem: A folder that I was working on had a few uncommitted objects in it.

The repository is laid out as follows: This almost exclusively happens with .aspx/cs/designer.cs, and usually all 3 at a time.I have experienced the same problem with SVN 1.6.2 and 1.6.3 (command-line, Tortoise and Subclipse). Following workaround exists - try to checkout to the same directory - it just addes missing files.I have also experienced this bug with Tortoise SVN with at least 1.6.2 to what I'm currently using 1.6.5.In order to fix my missing folder issue, my steps were: Unfortunately, the previous answers above didn't work for me.I had the same problem: A folder that I was working on had a few uncommitted objects in it.Also an "svn up" in the folder where the files are missing says that everything is at the current revision.