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[Subclipse-users] Subclipse and Large Projects

From: Marvin D. Toll <MarvinToll_at_gtcGroup.com>
Date: 2006-09-22 16:13:29 CEST


Perhaps too many items were consolidated in one thread ... so I'll speak to
one of them here.

I'm fundamentally concerned about the inability of the Subclipse plugin to
handle memory properly for:

     1) Large Projects
     2) When a "problem" occurs

Subclipse (v. 1.1.6) with Eclipse v. 3.2 Repository "w2inthelp" (1,013
Folders / 46,735 Files / 222MB) </Context>

~ 9/21 5:00 PM : Launched "Share Project ..."
(Transaction for mkdir of project committed.)
 Fri Sep 22 01:11:23 EDT 2006 : Crashed

TaskManager of javaw process revealed (this morning) ~ 4 hours and 38
minutes of (elapsed) CPU time Memory usage 1,039,132K / Peak Memory Usage

Eclipse currently displays 86M of 306M heep.

(Apparently the memory being recorded by the Task Manager can not be
recovered - this is a concern. I've consistently seen the applicable
javaw.exe process recording greater and greater amounts of memory far
exceeding the heep being notated in Eclipse. Doesn't this point to a
significant memory leak?)

</ fromRootPost>

I've consistently seen this aberration of memory consumption over the past
couple of weeks - and took the time to document a specific occurrence above.

Am I not interpreting the TaskManager correctly? Is there no concern here?
Does your test suite include projects of this size?


"Marvin D. Toll" <MarvinToll@gtcGroup.com> wrote on 09/22/2006 07:19:19

> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: MERGE request failed on '/svn/w2inthelp/trunk/w2int'
> svn: MERGE of '/svn/w2inthelp/trunk/w2int': Could not read response
body: An
> existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
> (https://svn.obfuscated.com)

This ultimately looks like the error during the commit process. It would
imply that the server ended the connection before the commit completed. If
this is the case, you should have a valid working copy locally where all
of the files are now scheduled adds. In theory, you can commit again.


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