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Re: [] Europa Update Manager unusably slow

I'm not sure exactly what you're referring to by "update manager selection dialog" but I think we're talking about the same thing. :-)

Thanks for the heads-up about the digest helping things; I'll check back in about a week.


Dave Orme
----- Original Message -----
From: Martin Oberhuber <Martin.Oberhuber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <>, cross-project-issues-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: Jeff McAffer <Jeff_McAffer@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, April 2, 2007 10:27:11 AM GMT-0800
Subject: RE: [] Europa Update Manager unusably slow

are you referring to the contents of the update manager
selection dialog?
If you used the Europa "released" site, this doesn't have
a digest yet but AFAIK Bjorn has it working on the
"staging" site already. A digest will make the UM selection
much faster. You should probably re-try in a week
when Europa+2 is moved from "staging" to "released".

Martin Oberhuber
Wind River Systems, Inc.
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member


From: [] On Behalf Of David J. Orme
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2007 6:09 PM
To: cross-project-issues-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx; eclipse org-planning-council
Cc: Jeff McAffer
Subject: [] Europa Update Manager unusably slow

I just tried Europa today.  On my 1.3ghz laptop, the Search Results dialog is unusably slow.  As-in, expanding the "testing" tree takes minutes on my laptop.  I got fed-up timing this and started writing this email so I don't know exactly how many minutes.  However, expanding "Charting and Reporting" took over 30 seconds.  Expanding "Java Development" took 58 seconds.

It doesn't seem like we should ship with the #1 critical feature that we use to install all of our features so broken?

I know that Jeff has been wanting to do something about Update Manager for awhile and Ward is working on getting folks together to talk about it, but it looks to me like we at might need a stop-gap solution that will hold us over until we can deploy something more permanent.


Dave Orme

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