|Re: Recurrent OutOfMemoryError during Eclipse publish operation to server [message #227488 is a reply to message #227461]
||Fri, 30 January 2009 14:18
| Larry Isaacs
Registered: July 2009
> Larry Isaacs wrote:
>> Barbara McInnes wrote:
>>> Hi again, Thanks for the reply. I tried upgrading WTP to 2.0.3 and
>>> thought it had solved the issue, but sadly it hasn't! I'll just have
>>> to try upgrading altogether at some point. Thanks again.
>> Out of curiosity, how big are the ".dat" file(s) in the
>> "<workspace>/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.wst.server.core/publish "
> We're running into the same problem on Eclipse 3.3.2 with WTP 2.0.
> Upgrading to WTP 2.0.3 did not solve the problem. Is there any other
> solution on Eclipse 3.3.2 that we can try? Re-creating the server every
> time can be annoying, and upgrading to Eclipse 3.4 and WTP 3.0.x is not
> an option. Also, I didn't see this bug specifically listed on the notes
> for WTP 2.0.3.
My comment about WTP 2.0.3 was based on CVS code tags. This bug was
intended to be fixed in 2.0.3. However, inspection of my WTP 2.0.3,
obtained from downloaded zip, shows the same org.eclipse.wst.server.core
plug-in as WTP 2.0.2 (i.e.
org.eclipse.wst.server.core_1.0.206.v20080108b.jar). So it appears this
bug fix missed actually getting into WTP 2.0.3. If you have or can add
the WST SDK 2.0.3 to your current or a separate Eclipse 3.3.x, this bug
is easy to patch (i.e. there are a number of steps, but each is simple
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