|crash caused by insufficient cache [message #1835521]
||Sat, 05 December 2020 16:48
| Jim Anderson
Registered: October 2014
I am in the process of setting up Eclipse to debug some website development that I am working on. |
When I run 'about Eclipse', the information provided is:
Eclipse IDE for Enterprise Java Developers (includes Incubating components)
Version: 2020-09 (4.17.0)
Build id: 20200910-1200
I am running Tomcat 9.0.38 as the local server.
When I created the project, I initially started with a shell of my real project and only about 0.001% of the source code was included. I was able to run the project and a web browser came up in Eclipse. My code crashed. No problem because the source code was incomplete.
Then I added the remainder of the source code to the project and tried to run the project again. It crashed with many, many errors about insufficient cache. I cut and pasted the error messages into a file, named errMsg.txt, which I'm attaching. I have also attached an abbreviated version of the file, named abbr_errMsg.txt, which hopefully contains the pertinent information but is easier to review. The full file is included, in case more detail is needed.
I am not sure how to identify the appropriate cache in Eclipse and more importantly, I can not figure out how to increase the size. I did some searching about the error messages on the internet, but I can not yet find a solution. Can someone advise how to increase the cache or point me to instructions on how to do so?
A secondary question is why does Eclipse cache need to be configured? I have loads of memory available and would expect Eclipse to allocate memory to the cache as needed. No need to answer this question because I am just thinking out loud and curious.
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