Why does ASP.Net locks when I update code with TortoiseSVN

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Published on 2010-05-05T20:39:21Z Indexed on 2010/05/07 15:48 UTC
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Hi, when I update Adobe Flash/Flex code that is not related to ASP.Net with TortoiseSVN (latest) on a Windows Server 2008, the complete website locks and stop responding.

Is it ASP.Net recompiling my code, is it IIS 7 or is it Tortoise locking the file system?

How can I prevent or minimize this if I need to do an update when 1000 users are using the ASP.Net website?

UPDATE: Thanks to Aito and Bryan, I learned more about AppDomain. I found these two links where I discover that folder creation/deletion recycle the AppDomain in ASP.Net 2.

-->If TortoiseSVN creates folders in it's hidden .svn folders hierarchy, I guess it will lock the app!

ASP.NET v2.0 - AppDomain recycles, more common than before http://weblogs.asp.net/owscott/archive/2006/02/21/ASP.NET-v2.0-2D00-AppDomain-recycles_2C00_-more-common-than-before.aspx

FIX: ASP.NET 2.0-connected applications on a Web site may appear to stop responding http://support.microsoft.com/kb/911272

I'm testing this.

Carl

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