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[Subclipse-users] Eclipse freezes when adding large number of files

From: Bart Allen <bart.allen_at_odtinc.com>
Date: 2006-12-01 20:59:28 CET

I hope I am not replicating a previous issue, but it either isn't
posted, or I don't know where to look.

When initially adding in large projects into subversion using subclipse,
eclipse completely freezes.
When breaking it up into smaller segments I worked.
I then went into Eclipse Preferences Team>SVN>Console and unchecked
Limit console output
And everything works now. It appears as though when the console output
reaches it's limited buffer size, the whole process stops, not just the
console output.
Not only that, but there doesn't appear to be a graceful way to exit out
of the situation -- you can't cancel the subversion process and eclipse
is unresponsive as a whole. Snapping the eclipse process and restarting
puts you in a situation where the resources in your checked out project
are now out of sync with the server.
I tested adding/committing a project to the repository with the limit on
at the default (500000) and it freezes the whole system. You might
think that it is just that the output isn't going, so you think it is
frozen -- but it really does freeze. An hour later, eclipse is still
locked up (top shows it tacking the processor).
When I test adding/committing the same project to the repository with
the limit off, I get no problems and the entire add/commit/transfer
process took about 10 minutes.

I am using eclipse 3.2.0 and subclipse 1.1.8.
I don't know if this is what is expected behavior for everyone else, but
it wasn't for me.

Bart Allen

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