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Backup files are not needed, because we have git ;-)_Upgrade Report_Files/Backup*/Upgrade Log*.

XMLUpgrade Log*.htm# SQL Server files App_Data/*App_Data/*.ldf#Light Switch generated files Generated Artifacts/_Pvt_Extensions/Model Manifest.xml# =========================# Windows detritus# =========================# Windows image file caches Thumbs.dbehthumbs.db# Folder config file Desktop.ini# Recycle Bin used on file shares$RECYCLE. DS_Store Hi Remus - This is our background file scanning service examining the files you have added to your git repository's working directory.

It sounds like you have not configured your .gitignore to exclude your build directory.

For an existing project, please go to Team Explorer Git Settings.

There you will see a section called "Repository Settings".

Please make sure to add the default .gitignore and .gitattributes to your project. I attached a screenshot from the performance analyzer from VS2013 - I profiled another instance of VS2013. Takes a lot of CPU although I'm not even using VS2013 (it's supposed to be idle). Hi Remus In order to help us diagnose this issue, can you run an ETW Performance trace so we can analyze what is causing the performance issues on your machine? Please read the installed "Performance Diagnostics Tool - User Guide" document on steps to generate a trace around your performance scenario.

I've made the update recently and VS2013 with update 1 keeps cpu at 25% (on a 4 core intel i5 cpu) although it's in idle mode. We are aware that under some situations, this can cause high CPU usage. If that is the case, could you add your git repository and the build directories to the list of excluded locations and let us know if this fixed your problem? Do I have to type the build directories (relative paths with respect to the root git folder)?

I left it running for a couple of hours (I thought some processes are running in the background) but cpu usage just hangs at 25% although I'm not doing anything. I also use: git and pytools but they were working fine before Update 1. If that is the case, could you add your git repository and the build directories to the list of excluded locations and let us know if this fixed your problem? My current build folder is not where indicated by .gitignore file:## Ignore Visual Studio temporary files, build results, and## files generated by popular Visual Studio add-ons.# User-specific files*.suo*.user*docstates# Build results[Dd]ebug/[Rr]elease/x64/build/[Bb]in/[Oo]bj/# Enable "build/" folder in the Nu Get Packages folder since Nu Get packages use it for MSBuild targets!

Sometimes cpu usage goes back to 0% but as soon as I start doing something (like a build job which takes just a few seconds), cpu gets high again and stays there for a long time. packages/*/build/# MSTest test Results[Tt]est[Rr]esult*/[Bb]uild[Ll]og.**_i.c*_p.c*.ilk*.meta*.obj*.pch*.pdb*.pgc*.pgd*.rsp*.sbr*.tlb*.tli*.tlh*.tmp*.tmp_proj*.log*.vspscc*.vssscc.builds*.pidb*.log*.scc# Visual C++ cache filesipch/*.aps*.ncb*.opensdf*.sdf*.cachefile# Visual Studio profiler*.psess*.vsp*.vspx# Guidance Automation Toolkit*State# Re Sharper is a .

Could you also let us know if you happen to have anti-virus running on your system - something like System Center Endpoint Protection or Security Essentials which may be configured to scan files when you access them? We are aware that under some situations, this can cause high CPU usage.

Could you also let us know if you happen to have anti-virus running on your system - something like System Center Endpoint Protection or Security Essentials which may be configured to scan files when you access them?

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