Just migrated my code from svn to git.
Committed and pushed the latest svn revision (clean start in git). It's around 2k files with a total size of about 20mb.
After push, i tried to see the log / history tab, but sourcetree hangs, and the memory skyrockets (i kill it in 2gb).
Same happens with every repository i migrated.
I'm using the latest version 126.96.36.199
p.s i tried to file a bug in sourcetree support but the page doesn't work for me
i just tried to leave it without killing it to see the outcome:
After about 1-2 min the memory decreases, and the view is working.
Then i created a branch... and the waiting / memory / hang started all over again. After 1 min the view started working and te memory decreased.
CPU for the sourcetree process is at a constant 20% while hanging
I've experienced the same issue when doing an initial commit of 2k-3k files. I have to kill source tree when the memory usage hits around 4gb. As a workaround, With SourceTree closed, I create a change in a single file for this repository. On opening SourceTree the initial view shows the uncommitted changes (only 1 file) and the program is usable again. I dare not click on that initial commit again though.
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