I got CollabNet Subversion Server 126.96.36.199639 installed on Windows Server 2003 R2 (Enterprise, x86) and obviously set it to run as a service. I only host one repository, which is a svnsync mirror of another one (hosted on another machine). The service works well, but after a few days of being up and running it occupies more than 200MB of RAM for no apparent reason. Also, traffic to the repository is very negligible. No malfunction is registered, and the there does not seem to be a memory leak as the memory consumption never goes beyond that figure.
The size of the repository is about 194MB and the number of commits/checkouts are roughly 10 per day.
It seems quite a lot of "wasted" memory that could be allocated, for example, for database cache.
Does anyone know more about this problem and how to solve it? I guess it could be some form of data caching done by svnserve.exe, but I found no clues about that on the Internet.