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When does the auto-sync run [message #69818] Fri, 26 June 2009 19:10 Go to next message
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Hi,

When does the auto-sync run? Is it at a specific time?
Re: When does the auto-sync run [message #69838 is a reply to message #69818] Fri, 26 June 2009 22:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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> When does the auto-sync run? Is it at a specific time?

It runs every 20 minutes by default.

Steffen

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Re: When does the auto-sync run [message #69857 is a reply to message #69838] Sun, 28 June 2009 00:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On 2009-06-26 18:40:59 -0400, Steffen Pingel <steffen.pingel@tasktop.com> said:

>> When does the auto-sync run? Is it at a specific time?
>
> It runs every 20 minutes by default.

A co-worker expressed concern about a corporate setting where a lot of
developers might all start Eclipse and nail the server at the same
time. I know it synchs on startup, does it start the "20 minutes" at
the point that the first one stops? That would at least build a little
variation into everyone's clocks so that every 20 minutes the server
does not get nailed again. Likewise, have you considered adding a
small amount of fudge to the interval? Like some smallish random
interval added to the 20 minutes.

Finally, can a repository provider specify a minimum interval? So that
someone cannot specify something like 1 minute as their interval?

Mark
Re: When does the auto-sync run [message #69916 is a reply to message #69857] Mon, 29 June 2009 17:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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>>> When does the auto-sync run? Is it at a specific time?
>>
>> It runs every 20 minutes by default.
>
> A co-worker expressed concern about a corporate setting where a lot of
> developers might all start Eclipse and nail the server at the same
> time. I know it synchs on startup, does it start the "20 minutes" at
> the point that the first one stops? That would at least build a little
> variation into everyone's clocks so that every 20 minutes the server
> does not get nailed again. Likewise, have you considered adding a
> small amount of fudge to the interval? Like some smallish random
> interval added to the 20 minutes.
>
> Finally, can a repository provider specify a minimum interval? So that
> someone cannot specify something like 1 minute as their interval?

Those are good points Mark. Can you file a bug so we can track that and
discuss optimizing the current strategy?

Steffen

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Re: When does the auto-sync run [message #69937 is a reply to message #69916] Mon, 29 June 2009 17:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Steffen Pingel wrote:
>>>> When does the auto-sync run? Is it at a specific time?
>>> It runs every 20 minutes by default.
>> A co-worker expressed concern about a corporate setting where a lot of
>> developers might all start Eclipse and nail the server at the same
>> time. I know it synchs on startup, does it start the "20 minutes" at
>> the point that the first one stops? That would at least build a little
>> variation into everyone's clocks so that every 20 minutes the server
>> does not get nailed again. Likewise, have you considered adding a
>> small amount of fudge to the interval? Like some smallish random
>> interval added to the 20 minutes.
>>
>> Finally, can a repository provider specify a minimum interval? So that
>> someone cannot specify something like 1 minute as their interval?
>
> Those are good points Mark. Can you file a bug so we can track that and
> discuss optimizing the current strategy?

Cool -- please post the bug number here :) I see a noticeable surge at
10:30ET and 2:30ET where many search queries run for minutes on end.
Most days they all get killed for taking too long, yet no one seems to
complain.. so I can't help but feel the compute power is simply going to
waste.
Re: When does the auto-sync run [message #69956 is a reply to message #69937] Mon, 29 June 2009 19:25 Go to previous message
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On 2009-06-29 13:49:55 -0400, "Eclipse Webmaster (Denis Roy)"
<webmaster@eclipse.org> said:

> Steffen Pingel wrote:
>>>>> When does the auto-sync run? Is it at a specific time?
>>>> It runs every 20 minutes by default.
>>> A co-worker expressed concern about a corporate setting where a lot of
>>> developers might all start Eclipse and nail the server at the same
>>> time. I know it synchs on startup, does it start the "20 minutes" at
>>> the point that the first one stops? That would at least build a little
>>> variation into everyone's clocks so that every 20 minutes the server
>>> does not get nailed again. Likewise, have you considered adding a
>>> small amount of fudge to the interval? Like some smallish random
>>> interval added to the 20 minutes.
>>>
>>> Finally, can a repository provider specify a minimum interval? So that
>>> someone cannot specify something like 1 minute as their interval?
>>
>> Those are good points Mark. Can you file a bug so we can track that and
>> discuss optimizing the current strategy?
>
> Cool -- please post the bug number here :) I see a noticeable surge at
> 10:30ET and 2:30ET where many search queries run for minutes on end.
> Most days they all get killed for taking too long, yet no one seems to
> complain.. so I can't help but feel the compute power is simply going
> to waste.

I filed bug 281894

https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=281894

Mark
Re: When does the auto-sync run [message #597919 is a reply to message #69818] Fri, 26 June 2009 22:40 Go to previous message
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> When does the auto-sync run? Is it at a specific time?

It runs every 20 minutes by default.

Steffen

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Re: When does the auto-sync run [message #597923 is a reply to message #69838] Sun, 28 June 2009 00:33 Go to previous message
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On 2009-06-26 18:40:59 -0400, Steffen Pingel <steffen.pingel@tasktop.com> said:

>> When does the auto-sync run? Is it at a specific time?
>
> It runs every 20 minutes by default.

A co-worker expressed concern about a corporate setting where a lot of
developers might all start Eclipse and nail the server at the same
time. I know it synchs on startup, does it start the "20 minutes" at
the point that the first one stops? That would at least build a little
variation into everyone's clocks so that every 20 minutes the server
does not get nailed again. Likewise, have you considered adding a
small amount of fudge to the interval? Like some smallish random
interval added to the 20 minutes.

Finally, can a repository provider specify a minimum interval? So that
someone cannot specify something like 1 minute as their interval?

Mark
Re: When does the auto-sync run [message #597937 is a reply to message #69857] Mon, 29 June 2009 17:40 Go to previous message
Steffen Pingel is currently offline Steffen Pingel
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>>> When does the auto-sync run? Is it at a specific time?
>>
>> It runs every 20 minutes by default.
>
> A co-worker expressed concern about a corporate setting where a lot of
> developers might all start Eclipse and nail the server at the same
> time. I know it synchs on startup, does it start the "20 minutes" at
> the point that the first one stops? That would at least build a little
> variation into everyone's clocks so that every 20 minutes the server
> does not get nailed again. Likewise, have you considered adding a
> small amount of fudge to the interval? Like some smallish random
> interval added to the 20 minutes.
>
> Finally, can a repository provider specify a minimum interval? So that
> someone cannot specify something like 1 minute as their interval?

Those are good points Mark. Can you file a bug so we can track that and
discuss optimizing the current strategy?

Steffen

--
Steffen Pingel
Committer, http://eclipse.org/mylyn
Senior Developer, http://tasktop.com
Re: When does the auto-sync run [message #597940 is a reply to message #69916] Mon, 29 June 2009 17:49 Go to previous message
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Steffen Pingel wrote:
>>>> When does the auto-sync run? Is it at a specific time?
>>> It runs every 20 minutes by default.
>> A co-worker expressed concern about a corporate setting where a lot of
>> developers might all start Eclipse and nail the server at the same
>> time. I know it synchs on startup, does it start the "20 minutes" at
>> the point that the first one stops? That would at least build a little
>> variation into everyone's clocks so that every 20 minutes the server
>> does not get nailed again. Likewise, have you considered adding a
>> small amount of fudge to the interval? Like some smallish random
>> interval added to the 20 minutes.
>>
>> Finally, can a repository provider specify a minimum interval? So that
>> someone cannot specify something like 1 minute as their interval?
>
> Those are good points Mark. Can you file a bug so we can track that and
> discuss optimizing the current strategy?

Cool -- please post the bug number here :) I see a noticeable surge at
10:30ET and 2:30ET where many search queries run for minutes on end.
Most days they all get killed for taking too long, yet no one seems to
complain.. so I can't help but feel the compute power is simply going to
waste.
Re: When does the auto-sync run [message #597946 is a reply to message #69937] Mon, 29 June 2009 19:25 Go to previous message
Mark Phippard is currently offline Mark Phippard
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On 2009-06-29 13:49:55 -0400, "Eclipse Webmaster (Denis Roy)"
<webmaster@eclipse.org> said:

> Steffen Pingel wrote:
>>>>> When does the auto-sync run? Is it at a specific time?
>>>> It runs every 20 minutes by default.
>>> A co-worker expressed concern about a corporate setting where a lot of
>>> developers might all start Eclipse and nail the server at the same
>>> time. I know it synchs on startup, does it start the "20 minutes" at
>>> the point that the first one stops? That would at least build a little
>>> variation into everyone's clocks so that every 20 minutes the server
>>> does not get nailed again. Likewise, have you considered adding a
>>> small amount of fudge to the interval? Like some smallish random
>>> interval added to the 20 minutes.
>>>
>>> Finally, can a repository provider specify a minimum interval? So that
>>> someone cannot specify something like 1 minute as their interval?
>>
>> Those are good points Mark. Can you file a bug so we can track that and
>> discuss optimizing the current strategy?
>
> Cool -- please post the bug number here :) I see a noticeable surge at
> 10:30ET and 2:30ET where many search queries run for minutes on end.
> Most days they all get killed for taking too long, yet no one seems to
> complain.. so I can't help but feel the compute power is simply going
> to waste.

I filed bug 281894

https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=281894

Mark
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