|Huge eclipse index, [message #724458]
||Mon, 12 September 2011 12:05
Registered: July 2009
My Eclipse died, it was loading cpu to 100% all the time so I updated to latest
pdt version from sourcefourge.jp, at first I was amazed with speed, I found out
that version very fast! There were no lags as usual with some tasks.
After rebuild I noticed that I don't have much space left on drive. Eclipse
workspace is on C:, projects are on D:, Usually there was about half of 140GB C:
free, and now there is only 6GB free space. I made investigation and that leed
me to ...workspace...metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.dltk.core.index.sql.h2 which
is 60GB file.
Now I wonder if:
+ it's so huge because of dying Eclipse, maybe it enlarge this file because of
some error or so? Can I just delete that and rebuild?
+ or maybe that file is so big because of new, updated Eclipse version and that
is correct? the bigger index/cache the more speed?
60GB is not that much when everybody have TB drives, but this can be a problem
when I'll move that version to my laptop, there is much smaller SSD drive.
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