|Re: Eclipse locking folders on OpenSUSE Linux server [message #857443 is a reply to message #856061]
||Thu, 26 April 2012 10:40
| Denis Roy
Registered: October 2004
Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
I am willing to bet that the processes left behind one of these "crashes" are in the "D" state, or uninterruptible sleep. Something is causing Eclipse (and/or Linux) to lose a connection (likely with X11) and since the directory is open and waiting for I/O, any other process trying to access the directory must also wait for the Eclipse/java process to complete.
You can't kill processes in a 'D' state -- they must regain control of their I/O and in this case, that may not be possible.
X11 from a Linux server to a Linux client is very reliable. Which X client are you using on Windows?
An alternative to this setup would be to place the workspace on a shared directory (shared on Linux via NFS or Samba) and use a local console to execute it.
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