VS2010 Resharper 5.1 performance trouble

I started to use VS2010 for our webproject and just installed new Resharper 5.1.1727.12, my hard drive never stops spinning because Resharper is creating XSD and BPSM folders under AppData/Local/Temp/ every single minute. Basically it copies the whole website (which is added in the project and has about 60MB) to the temp folder, then again, and again, which makes the computer quite unusable. Is there any fix for this problem? Here you can see a screenshot from resource monitor http://screencast.com/t/NDQyMjAwZ

Thanks for any help ...

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Are you able to provide us with the solution for investigation? Thanks in advance?

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Hello Ondra,

Do I understand correctly that this stops as soon as you suspend ReSharper
under Tools | Options | ReSharper | General? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I started to use VS2010 for our webproject and just installed new
Resharper 5.1.1727.12, my hard drive never stops spinning because
Resharper is creating XSD and BPSM folders under AppData/Local/Temp/
every single minute. Basically it copies the whole website (which is
added in the project and has about 60MB) to the temp folder, then
again, and again, which makes the computer quite unusable. Is there
any fix for this problem? Here you can see a screenshot from resource
monitor http://screencast.com/t/NDQyMjAwZ

Thanks for any help ...

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Thank for replies. I will try to prepare some small project, because I can't send this one.

Andrey: I switched off the setting you are mentioning, but that didn't help. What helped was an uninstall of Resharper or removing the website from the solution ...

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I hate to necro an old thread - but I am running into this exact problem.  My company just issued me a brand new Dell Optiplex 64bit system w/4gb of RAM and when I have VS2010 and Resharper (5.1 or 6) running while workign on our web apps, the hard drive thrashes mercilessly.  It's the exact issues described in the thread, it appears that the entire site is getting copied over and over again to the temp directory.  I can verify as well that suspending ReSharper on this machine immidiately stops the HD thrashing.

Again - I hate to necro a thread, but I, UNlike the previous poster am not about to uninstall ReSharper...any insights?

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Hello Scott,

What kind of web applications are you woking on? Do you have any custom build
providers in those web sites/applications? Also, could you please monitor
the file system activity via Process Monitor and tell me which files are
being changed/created by Visual Studio with ReSharper enabled? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Sure - no problem - do you want some kind of a dump from ProcMon or just a screenshot with some of the files?
I currently have ProcMon filtered down to just Read/Write activity on the file  system and you can see the hundereds and thousands of writes to temp all  from devenv.exe

We do not have any custom build providers in any of our projects.

I misspoke in my last post as well...these projects are not "web applications projects", but are "website projects" (App_Code directory and all)...and they are pretty big...
They are all currently in .NET 3.5 with a mix of C# and VB code in it...it's a 3rd party CMS that we customize for global customers so we have hundreds of these websites floating around...one fore each hosted client.
I've been hired to help organize and clean up all of this and I want all my devs to use ReSharper, but with the HD thrashing I've experienced in VS2010 with these large websites, I haven't implemented it yet across the enterprise because I know I'd get complaints about the performance...

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Hello Scott,

Either a screenshot of a text dump will do. Is this third-party CMS available
on the web, so that we could try reproducing this behavior on our side? Thank
you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Sure - no problem - do you want some kind of a dump from ProcMon or
just a screenshot with some of the files?

I currently have ProcMon filtered down to just Read/Write activity on
the file  system and you can see the hundereds and thousands of writes
to temp all  from devenv.exe

We do not have any custom build providers in any of our projects.

I misspoke in my last post as well...these projects are not "web
applications projects", but are "website projects" (App_Code directory
and all)...and they are pretty big...

They are all currently in .NET 3.5 with a mix of C# and VB code in
it...it's a 3rd party CMS that we customize for global customers so we
have hundreds of these websites floating around...one fore each hosted
client.

I've been hired to help organize and clean up all of this and I want
all my devs to use ReSharper, but with the HD thrashing I've
experienced in VS2010 with these large websites, I haven't implemented
it yet across the enterprise because I know I'd get complaints about
the performance...

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Andrey - where can I send you the information and files I have for you to look at - I don't feel too comfortable ab out posting them here...got some customer info in them if you know what I mean...

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Hello Scott,

Please send that information directly to andrew dot serebryansky at jetbrains
dot com. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Andrey - where can I send you the information and files I have for you
to look at - I don't feel too comfortable ab out posting them
here...got some customer info in them if you know what I mean...

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Been about two weeks - anyone looked at what I sent?  Any help on this one?

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Hello Scott,

I've replied to you by e-mail. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Been about two weeks - anyone looked at what I sent?  Any help on this
one?

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Been a couple months now - haven't heard any follow up on the data I sent in.
Can anyone at JetBrains shed some light?

Thanks

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Hello Scott,

We've fixed several cases which could lead to this behavior. Those fixes
will be available in ReSharper 6.1 EAP, so I'd suggest you to install that
version when it comes out and test if it works better on your solution. By
the way, do you nave a somewhat non-standard structure of web.config files
in your solution? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Been a couple months now - haven't heard any follow up on the data I
sent in. Can anyone at JetBrains shed some light?

Thanks

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