|Re: Internet Connection Freezes Eclipse [message #887854 is a reply to message #887067]
||Sun, 17 June 2012 08:41
|| Libor Jelinek
Registered: January 2012
Location: Prague, Czech Rep.
I suggest you to start JConsole or VisualVM and try to investigate |
Eclipse instance to see what happens wrong.
Maybe some threads are blocked by I/O. My personal experience is that
Eclipse P2 sites are, let me to say, "dead-slow" (modem speed).
On 06/16/2012 04:30 AM, G Griffin wrote:
> Version: Indigo (re-downloaded/installed today, June 15)
> OS: Windows XP
> When I start up Eclipse and attempt to do anything that connects to the
> internet (check for updates, Market place, download new server
> connectors, etc) Eclipse freezes. According to Windows Task Manager
> there is no activity at all.
> There are several related facts:
> - Firefox/IE work fine even when Eclipse is frozen, so it is not the
> - The Network proxy in Eclipse is set to Native. I also tried Direct
> with the same result.
> - This is a dual-boot machine and the same version of Eclipse on linux
> is fine.
> - After Eclipse freezes I have to kill it, then I cannot re-start it
> until after rebooting the OS.
> - I used to be able to connect with no problem.
> The one obvious thing that has changed between "used to work" and now is
> that I replaced my (simple) cable modem with a full network router. The
> setup of the router might have something to do with this, but I don't
> know what settings might be causing the problem.
> Can you think of something I can look at?
> Does Eclipse use anything other than standard http for connecting?
> What settings in a network router might affect the ability to get to the
> This is preventing cross-browser testing, so any suggestions will be
> much appreciated.
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