|"Collecting Resources" on Team Update takes forever [message #555599]
||Fri, 27 August 2010 09:45
| Arno Sch
Registered: August 2010
I am currently working on a project that contains about 12000 files (located on a samba file system). Whenever I do a Team -> Update, the process starts with "Collecting Resources" (the "Progress Information" window pops up, it says "Operation in progress... Collecting Resources", with changing file or directory names).
If I don't cancel it with the cancel button, this resource collection takes about an hour, EVERY TIME.
Once the resource collection finishes or I cancel it, the svn update runs, which takes about three minutes or so, depending on the number of updates.
What is going on? What does "collecting resources" do? Why on earth does it take so long? Why does it run every time? Why does it run at all, given that I can cancel it without any apparent negative consequences? Can I disable it altogether?
My OS is Windows XP Pro SP3.
My Eclipse version is Galileo, Build id: 20100218-1602, PDT (PHP Development Tools) package.
The installed Subversive packages are:
Subversive SVN Connectors 2.2.1.I20091009-1900 org.polarion.eclipse.team.svn.connector.feature.group
Subversive SVN Team Provider (Incubation) 0.7.8.I20091023-1300 org.eclipse.team.svn.feature.group
SVNKit 1.3.0 Implementation (Optional) 2.2.1.I20091009-1900 org.polarion.eclipse.team.svn.connector.svnkit16.feature.gro up
Thanks for any insight,
[Updated on: Fri, 27 August 2010 09:47]
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|Re: "Collecting Resources" on Team Update takes forever [message #556044 is a reply to message #555599]
||Mon, 30 August 2010 16:10
| Alexander Gurov
Registered: July 2009
Actually, before update, Subversive performs safety checks for "missing" resources (resources that were deleted directly from the file system), because if user wants these resources to be actually deleted and not restored in time of update, some additional work should be performed. But this check is rather fast. So, to tell you the truth, that looks like some unusual problem.
As I see from the description, you have your project files located somewhere in the network. If it is the case, in-memory caching of SVN information is highly recommended. So, please check if you have SVN files status cache enabled or not:
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