|Re: Extremely slow "Updating classpath" on Eclipse startup [message #572245 is a reply to message #572217]
||Tue, 09 February 2010 18:19
| Carlos Sanchez
Registered: July 2009
you dont have internet connectivity from that machine, or use a proxy?|
at startup it'll try to download the sources, but if they are not
present it will just take the time it takes to ping a remote server. I
think the issue is that instead your http requests are timing out, which
may mean 30 seconds or more for each missing source
even with "download sources" unchecked you can right click on the
project and in the Maven menu there's a download sources command
On 2/9/10 3:01 AM, Marc Ban wrote:
> I found a solution !
> The event view was already open, but I hadn't seen the filter options.
> I set the filter to "debug", and saw a message : maven was stuck in
> trying to download sources for jars in all repositories, and not
> founding them anywhere.
> I deactivated the "download sources" option in maven preferences, and
> starting time is now OK .
> The only problem remaining is that the option is not very useful, as I
> can't activate it.
> I don't know if it is a bug, but I think there should be at least a
> serious warning on that option.
> Thanks anyway for your responses. I hope this discussion will help other
> IAM users too.
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