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Re: [Subclipse-users] Why so slow?

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-06-22 19:30:23 CEST

Rob Oxspring <roxspring@imapmail.org> wrote on 06/22/2006 12:37:44 PM:

> I work with a bunch of developers using a variety of eclipse and
> subclipse versions (both javahl and javasvn represented) and the common
> experience is that as soon as subclipse is installed then eclipse
> becomes an incredible resource hog and slows to an almost unusable
> speed. This is not a svn.exe issue as the command line tools are
> perfectly useable.
>
> As a specific example, with subclipse installed, eclipse's automatic
> "Building workspace" task sits at 0% for over an hour on my box (XP SP2,
> P4 2.5GHz, 1GB). The processor is stuck at 100% for the duration.
>
> I'd like to improve this situation but am a little unsure of where to
> start. Does eclipse have some standard log that I can peruse to prove
> exactly where the time is lost? Can anyone point me in the right
> direction to identify/understand/fix this slowness? I'm not an eclipse /
> subclipse / subversion developer but I'm willing to become one if
necessary.

I do not think that is at all normal behavior. The very latest releases
1.0.3/1.1.2 did contain a significant performance improvement if you used
the JavaSVN adapter. So I'd be sure you are on the latest. The
performance issue did not exist for the JavaHL adapter.

Mark

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