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From tools like procexp (Sysinternal), we can see and kill various processes who contains the string tortoise or svn. But there are some other running processes that I cannot kill because I do not know their names? I am looking for killing the whole set of SVN processes in the Windows environment?

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Your best bet is to grab the Tortoise SVN sources and study it to find what processes Tortoise SVN spawns. –  sharptooth Apr 6 '10 at 8:42
    
taskkill /T ? .. –  Shiki Apr 6 '10 at 9:16

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Here is a list of all executables that come with TortoiseSVN 1.7.4:

ConnectVPN.exe
SubWCRev.exe
SubWCRevCOM.exe
svn.exe
svnadmin.exe
svndumpfilter.exe
svnlook.exe
svnrdump.exe
svnserve.exe
svnsync.exe
svnversion.exe
TortoiseBlame.exe
TortoiseIDiff.exe
TortoiseMerge.exe
TortoisePlink.exe
TortoiseProc.exe
TortoiseUDiff.exe
TSVNCache.exe

Although I find it unlikely that you would have to focus on most of those. Usually you will only see TortoiseProc (for commit/update operations) and TSVNCache, which keeps track of file states (to display those icon overlays in Explorer).

Why are you even going after TSVN processes? Usually they shouldn't cause any trouble.

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