|Re: RSE vs local project with linked remote files [message #686190 is a reply to message #685446]
||Mon, 20 June 2011 14:02
| David McKnight
Registered: July 2009
Depending on the type of project and files you're working with, there may be
a lot of things going on when you open and/or save a file. It's possible
that other project resources need to be accessed (multiple times in some
cases) during opening, saving and other operations. When the resources are
local, this sort of file I/O isn't noticeable while, when they are remote
but exposed via EFS, such operations can lag. Since the file accesss is
driven from outside of RSE (i.e. Platform and project-specific tooling), I
don't think there is a lot RSE can do to help here.
Which RSE version are you using? There was a bug a while back that did help
with this a bit:
<email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have been using the Remote Systems Explorer for a few weeks. Other than
>the occasional lost connections, it seems to work pretty well. I can
>edit/save files, and the process happens quickly.
> Now, I am trying to use a local project with files linked from the same
> remote connection I was using with RSE. However, the opening/saving of the
> file is horrendously slow, lags my Eclipse, and often even crashes. I was
> thinking the saving process should be the same for the remote file in the
> local project as it would be through the RSE. At this point, I am
> basically forced to edit through the RSE.
> Any thoughts as to what is causing this?
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