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Re: [tycho-user] What could have triggered the change of the caching behavior of "Adding repository" ?

Most likely your build already was on the threshold of running out of
heap. New eclipse version (i.e. 3.7.2) brought additional p2 metadata
and pushed the build over the available heap limit.


On 12-03-04 10:32 AM, Bernd Vogt wrote:

from one day to the other one of my build jobs begun to fail because of
java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space. And I'm still trying to
figure out why?

I noticed a little behavioral change while the tycho-surefire-plugin
tries to resolve the org.eclipse.equinox.launcher from my locally
mirrored Indigo repository. Befor the build started to fail, the Indo
repository was already cached by Tycho, but now Tycho decides to add a
"fresh" repository, see snippets below (Adding repository (cached)  vs.
Adding repository).

What could have triggered this behavioral change?

Neither the build configuration, hardware or software was changed nor
the source code. BUT around this time I have updated the local Indigo
mirror with the new 3.7.2 stuff.

Thanks in advance

The good old days
[INFO] --- tycho-surefire-plugin:0.14.1:test (default-test) @
org.sourcepit.b2.examples.simple.module.tests ---
[INFO] Adding repository *(cached) *
[INFO] Downloading org.eclipse.equinox.launcher

Now (
[INFO] --- tycho-surefire-plugin:0.14.1:test (default-test) @
org.sourcepit.b2.examples.simple.module.tests ---
[INFO] Adding repository
[ERROR] Java heap space -> [Help 1]
java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space

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