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Re: Strange memory behavior? [message #218532] Thu, 31 July 2008 19:37 Go to next message
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Brandon,

It's more likely related to some WTP validator or builder that's perhaps
stuck in a loop. Perhaps refreshing the whole workspace (select all
projects and invoke "Refresh") might help. I've added the WTP newsgroup
to the "to" list of the reply because maybe other folks there have seen
this issue. It's certainly one that "we" would want to fix if we could
reproduce it.


Brandon Yarbrough wrote:
> I'm using Eclipse 3.4 with a rather large Java/Web project and a few extra
> plugins, mostly maven and subversion. Because it's a very large project, I
> upped its memory to a gig. Everything was working fine for a few days, but
> after running it constantly for several days, I noticed that things had
> become slower, and when I enabled the little memory usage meter in the
> corner, it showed that Eclipse was constantly building up tens of megs of
> megabytes a second, then hitting the max, then sweeping down to 200 megs,
> then cycling up again. It did this for hours until I restarted it. A few
> days later, the problem came back. Is this a known issue, and is there a
> way to figure out whether one of my plugins is responsible?
>
>
>
Re: Strange memory behavior? [message #218540 is a reply to message #218532] Thu, 31 July 2008 20:17 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: dcarver.starstandard.org

Brandon, if you are having these types of issues, and can reproduce it
consistently, then please open a bug report against WTP and I believe
the JST component would be a good starting point.

Steps on how to reproduce it would be helpful.

Dave


Ed Merks wrote:
> Brandon,
>
> It's more likely related to some WTP validator or builder that's perhaps
> stuck in a loop. Perhaps refreshing the whole workspace (select all
> projects and invoke "Refresh") might help. I've added the WTP newsgroup
> to the "to" list of the reply because maybe other folks there have seen
> this issue. It's certainly one that "we" would want to fix if we could
> reproduce it.
>
>
> Brandon Yarbrough wrote:
>> I'm using Eclipse 3.4 with a rather large Java/Web project and a few
>> extra plugins, mostly maven and subversion. Because it's a very large
>> project, I upped its memory to a gig. Everything was working fine for
>> a few days, but after running it constantly for several days, I
>> noticed that things had become slower, and when I enabled the little
>> memory usage meter in the corner, it showed that Eclipse was
>> constantly building up tens of megs of megabytes a second, then
>> hitting the max, then sweeping down to 200 megs, then cycling up
>> again. It did this for hours until I restarted it. A few days later,
>> the problem came back. Is this a known issue, and is there a way to
>> figure out whether one of my plugins is responsible?
>>
>>
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