|Re: SVN Operations freezing Eclipse [message #743555 is a reply to message #743447]
||Fri, 21 October 2011 15:15
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 21-Oct-11 07:42, Eric Stein wrote:|
> When doing SVN update and commit operations, I'm seeing long periods of
> eclipse becoming unresponsive (up to as long as a half hour). The
> eclipse frame stops repainting and spikes the CPU it is on. Does anybody
> have any idea as to how I could diagnose what's going on and possibly
> fix it?
> If this is not the appropriate forum, please feel free to redirect me.
> Eric Stein
>> eclipse version:
>> Version: Indigo Release
>> Build id: 20110615-0604
>> subclipse version: 1.6.18
No, this is not normal and I've never seen this happen.
This is the right forum for Eclipse-Subversion integration from a
general point of view.
Thanks for the eclipse.ini. I don't think this is eclipse.ini-related,
however, I would suggest no matter what that your eclipse.ini be
correctly constructed (see http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse.ini for the
-vm option you're missing).
That aside, how does your repository respond when you use TortoiseSVN?
(Windows, right?) Trying that out would eliminate SVN and the repository
from the equation. (If you haven't used it, look at
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