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Re: subclipse performance related issue

From: Werner Punz <werpu_at_gmx.at>
Date: 2004-12-17 09:30:52 CET

Werner Punz wrote:
> Hello List
> could it be, that once autobuild is turned off subclipse becomes much
> faster than with autobuild being turned on.
> The reason why I am asking this is that I have a bigger project of
> around 20 k files which I am currently checking in over subclipse
> running on javahl and linux. I got unbearable times for checking in, but
> once I turned autobuild off the add and checkin times seem to have
> improved significantly (I am talking about a factor of 10 til 100 here)
> just as if there was a full build enabled every time a file was sent.
Well the checkin times are still unbearable unless I split the checkin
process into smaller chunks, but the time overall has improved
significantly just like if a build was started regularily with autobuild
on during the checkin process.

The checkin time of the full project still takes hours if not split into
smaller chunks (if it works at all, I usually gave up after 90 minutes
or so)
Received on Fri Dec 17 19:30:52 2004

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