|Re: Eclipse-CDT startup error &amp;quot;Java heap space&amp;quot; [message #880960 is a reply to message #878053]
||Sun, 03 June 2012 13:45
Registered: July 2009
On 05/28/2012 02:27 PM, Nicholas Lee wrote:|
> It may be due to something else, but it is Eclipse CDT that reports the
> error message, not x11vnc.
> In the problem described at the link you gave (I.e. Q-71), x11vnc itself
> fails with an error message, and I am not seeing that happen.
True that. On the other side:
1) it mentions shared memory. If I understand correctly x11vnc and
Eclipse run on the same machine, so if Eclipse uses shared memory (which
might be the case with copy and paste) it could be a problem. Also, the
way that question starts "I have lots of memory", got me thinking. And
it's strange how Eclipse is giving memory problems exactly in the moment
you use x11vnc.
I have never tried it, but maybe you can monitor your memory, shared and
not, using one of the /proc files. Look here:
/proc/meminfo seems to be quite interesting. And in /proc you can also
change the amount of shared memory slots
2) if the problem is not with Eclipse it might be worth looking
somewhere else. If there is another option to consider I would consider
it, no matter where the error comes from.
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