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How to detect what is causing excessive Autobuild [message #990199] Tue, 11 December 2012 06:36 Go to next message
Roland Tepp is currently offline Roland Tepp
Messages: 36
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi,

Quite recently I started to notice that my eclipse started triggering
workspace build jobs excessively.

Sometimes even having two or more "Building workspace" jobs in the queue.

This has started to interfere quite heavily with my work, so I am
looking for a remedy.

My eclipse configuration is following:

Eclipse SDK
Version: 3.8.1
Build id: M20120914-1540

I have quite a few addons installed on top of this configuration.
I am sure one of these is the culprit but I am loathe to use "uninstall
everything" approach.

I'd rather find out who is responsible for kicking off the excessive
workspace build jobs and report it if possible.

Any way - does anybody here have a suggestion how to detect which
plugin, thread, process of service in my Eclipse is ordering the build jobs?


- Roland
Re: How to detect what is causing excessive Autobuild [message #990276 is a reply to message #990199] Tue, 11 December 2012 11:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dani Megert is currently offline Dani Megert
Messages: 3801
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
On 11.12.2012 12:36, Roland Tepp wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Quite recently I started to notice that my eclipse started triggering
> workspace build jobs excessively.
>
> Sometimes even having two or more "Building workspace" jobs in the queue.
>
> This has started to interfere quite heavily with my work, so I am
> looking for a remedy.
I can't provide a remedy but some tracing options that might allow you
to see the culprit or at least file a bug report.

# Turn on debugging for the org.eclipse.core.resources plugin.
org.eclipse.core.resources/debug=true

# Reports the start and end of all builder invocations
org.eclipse.core.resources/build/invoking=true

# Reports the start and end of build delta calculations
org.eclipse.core.resources/build/delta=true

# For incremental builds, displays which builder is being run and
because of changes in which project.
org.eclipse.core.resources/build/needbuild=true

# Prints a stack trace every time an operation finishes that requires a
build
org.eclipse.core.resources/build/needbuildstack=true

# Turn on debug tracing for org.eclipse.jdt.core plugin
org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug=true

# Reports incremental builder activity : nature of build, built state
reading, indictment process
org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug=true
org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug/builder=true
org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug/builder/stats= true


See also
http://wiki.eclipse.org/FAQ_How_do_I_use_the_platform_debug_tracing_facility%3F

Dani
>
> My eclipse configuration is following:
>
> Eclipse SDK
> Version: 3.8.1
> Build id: M20120914-1540
>
> I have quite a few addons installed on top of this configuration.
> I am sure one of these is the culprit but I am loathe to use
> "uninstall everything" approach.
>
> I'd rather find out who is responsible for kicking off the excessive
> workspace build jobs and report it if possible.
>
> Any way - does anybody here have a suggestion how to detect which
> plugin, thread, process of service in my Eclipse is ordering the build
> jobs?
>
>
> - Roland
Re: How to detect what is causing excessive Autobuild [message #990375 is a reply to message #990276] Wed, 12 December 2012 03:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Roland Tepp is currently offline Roland Tepp
Messages: 36
Registered: July 2009
Member
Thanks, that's exactly what I asked for :)

11.12.2012 18:51, Daniel Megert kirjutas:
> On 11.12.2012 12:36, Roland Tepp wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Quite recently I started to notice that my eclipse started triggering
>> workspace build jobs excessively.
>>
>> Sometimes even having two or more "Building workspace" jobs in the queue.
>>
>> This has started to interfere quite heavily with my work, so I am
>> looking for a remedy.
> I can't provide a remedy but some tracing options that might allow you
> to see the culprit or at least file a bug report.
>
> # Turn on debugging for the org.eclipse.core.resources plugin.
> org.eclipse.core.resources/debug=true
>
> # Reports the start and end of all builder invocations
> org.eclipse.core.resources/build/invoking=true
>
> # Reports the start and end of build delta calculations
> org.eclipse.core.resources/build/delta=true
>
> # For incremental builds, displays which builder is being run and
> because of changes in which project.
> org.eclipse.core.resources/build/needbuild=true
>
> # Prints a stack trace every time an operation finishes that requires a
> build
> org.eclipse.core.resources/build/needbuildstack=true
>
> # Turn on debug tracing for org.eclipse.jdt.core plugin
> org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug=true
>
> # Reports incremental builder activity : nature of build, built state
> reading, indictment process
> org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug=true
> org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug/builder=true
> org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug/builder/stats= true
>
>
> See also
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/FAQ_How_do_I_use_the_platform_debug_tracing_facility%3F
>
>
> Dani
>>
>> My eclipse configuration is following:
>>
>> Eclipse SDK
>> Version: 3.8.1
>> Build id: M20120914-1540
>>
>> I have quite a few addons installed on top of this configuration.
>> I am sure one of these is the culprit but I am loathe to use
>> "uninstall everything" approach.
>>
>> I'd rather find out who is responsible for kicking off the excessive
>> workspace build jobs and report it if possible.
>>
>> Any way - does anybody here have a suggestion how to detect which
>> plugin, thread, process of service in my Eclipse is ordering the build
>> jobs?
>>
>>
>> - Roland
Re: How to detect what is causing excessive Autobuild [message #990563 is a reply to message #990375] Thu, 13 December 2012 03:21 Go to previous message
Roland Tepp is currently offline Roland Tepp
Messages: 36
Registered: July 2009
Member
So, it seems that the culprit was a plugin calles AppXRay by Oracle that
came along with some Oracle's toolset bundle.

This did not come out of the provided logs exactly, but the logs
provided me with a que to look for the plug-in configuration and
suitable course of action (which was to disable the above mentioned
plug-in) followed from there.

Once disabled, the incessent builds stopped.

Thanks again for the hint.

12.12.2012 10:31, Roland Tepp kirjutas:
> Thanks, that's exactly what I asked for :)
>
> 11.12.2012 18:51, Daniel Megert kirjutas:
>> On 11.12.2012 12:36, Roland Tepp wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> Quite recently I started to notice that my eclipse started triggering
>>> workspace build jobs excessively.
>>>
>>> Sometimes even having two or more "Building workspace" jobs in the
>>> queue.
>>>
>>> This has started to interfere quite heavily with my work, so I am
>>> looking for a remedy.
>> I can't provide a remedy but some tracing options that might allow you
>> to see the culprit or at least file a bug report.
>>
>> # Turn on debugging for the org.eclipse.core.resources plugin.
>> org.eclipse.core.resources/debug=true
>>
>> # Reports the start and end of all builder invocations
>> org.eclipse.core.resources/build/invoking=true
>>
>> # Reports the start and end of build delta calculations
>> org.eclipse.core.resources/build/delta=true
>>
>> # For incremental builds, displays which builder is being run and
>> because of changes in which project.
>> org.eclipse.core.resources/build/needbuild=true
>>
>> # Prints a stack trace every time an operation finishes that requires a
>> build
>> org.eclipse.core.resources/build/needbuildstack=true
>>
>> # Turn on debug tracing for org.eclipse.jdt.core plugin
>> org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug=true
>>
>> # Reports incremental builder activity : nature of build, built state
>> reading, indictment process
>> org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug=true
>> org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug/builder=true
>> org.eclipse.jdt.core/debug/builder/stats= true
>>
>>
>> See also
>> http://wiki.eclipse.org/FAQ_How_do_I_use_the_platform_debug_tracing_facility%3F
>>
>>
>>
>> Dani
>>>
>>> My eclipse configuration is following:
>>>
>>> Eclipse SDK
>>> Version: 3.8.1
>>> Build id: M20120914-1540
>>>
>>> I have quite a few addons installed on top of this configuration.
>>> I am sure one of these is the culprit but I am loathe to use
>>> "uninstall everything" approach.
>>>
>>> I'd rather find out who is responsible for kicking off the excessive
>>> workspace build jobs and report it if possible.
>>>
>>> Any way - does anybody here have a suggestion how to detect which
>>> plugin, thread, process of service in my Eclipse is ordering the build
>>> jobs?
>>>
>>>
>>> - Roland
>
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