SVN performance with IntelliJ 6.0.2

I'm not sure if it has been reported already :
A SVM commit take 90% of my core duo proc.
It is very long and look like frozen.

An authentication error can be seen but a user/password had been asked and the commit had started.

There must be something wrong in the code with all that CPU taken.

After having cancelled it look like the commit had been done.
Of course, I doubt...
I then tested a checkout and it also took too much CPU.
At the end, it is painfull to use.

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Jean-Baptiste BRIAUD

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Hello Jean-Baptiste,

J> I'm not sure if it has been reported already :
J> A SVM commit take 90% of my core duo proc.
J> It is very long and look like frozen.
J> An authentication error can be seen but a user/password had been
J> asked and the commit had started.
J>
J> There must be something wrong in the code with all that CPU taken.

Could you please take a CPU snapshot of the commit operation. To do so, please
add the following line:
-agentlib:yjpagent
to the idea.exe.vmoptions file and restart IDEA. Then you'll find the buttons
for taking snapshots on the toolbar.

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Dmitry Jemerov
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One file updating take about one minute...

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Unfortunatly I do not have time to launch the same scenario again.
Here is what I did :
1. Create a new SVN repository on the server side
2. Take my project (not manage by any version control).
3. Add all the files (take ages and lots of CPU)
4. Commit or try to since all files had not been commited.
So I wonder what does SVN team mean by atomic commit ???
5. cancel it since it look like totally frozen

I'm on Mac but since all that is in Jave that should not make any differences.
Also, I'm using svn:// connection string.

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Did this ever get an issue with a cpu snapshot? Are people still experiencing such SVN performance with 6.0.4+? We are seeing it on some of our 6.0.4 and 6.0.5 beta installations of IDEA.

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