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[Subclipse-users] SVN synchronize takes a long time in Eclipse 3.2+WTP

From: Joe . <japher_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-24 12:47:50 CEST

Hi Mark,

I've tried refreshing the project, but no luck I'm afraid. I think I may
have some more useful information though, it seems to relate to having a WTP
web project deployed to a server: -

This only occurs when I have a project published to one of my servers. I
have my system configured so that the project files are actually copied to
the server when published (i.e. 'Run directly from the workspace and don't
alter server installation' is not ticked), but doing a Subclipse synchronize
appears to cause each individual file to be re-deployed when its
synchronization state is calculated.

If I have the project deployed to a server, a synchronize takes >2hrs. If I
don't, it takes ~5mins.


>>When I synchronize with the repository it takes an incredibly long time.
>>For some reason, the system seems to be rebuilding each file as it checks
>>its synchronization state.
>>The result is that when I do a synchronize and check the Progress view, I
>>see the following happening repeatedly:
>>Step 1 shows:
>>Synchronizing SVN (/trunk (3.3))
>>Step 2 shows:
>>Scanning For Tasks (Finished)
>>Building Workspace (Waiting)
>>Synchronizing SVN (/trunk (3.3))
>>Step 3 shows:
>>Building Workspace (Finished)
>>Synchronizing SVN (/trunk (3.3))
>>Then repeat from step 1.
>>Each time this happens, the Problems view title goes italic then back to
>>plain text, like it does when it is being recalculated.
>>Hash anyone else experienced this?
>Try refreshing your project before you do a Synchronize. Maybe it is
>getting out of synch with Eclipse and the Synch action is triggering
>Eclipse to refresh which is then going to cause builders to run.
>Just speculating.

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Received on Thu Aug 24 12:48:07 2006

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