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Re: [Subclipse-users] infinite loop during disconnect with mylyn

From: Eugene Kuleshov <eu_at_md.pp.ru>
Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2008 10:16:03 -0400


  Can you please clarify if Mylyn task is active while you disconnecting
the project? Is it also goes into that state when there is no active
Mylyn task? Does it also never ends if you disconnect very small
project? Also, what Mylyn version you are using?

  I think it is a known issue that Mylyn resource monitor slows down
things a lot when it comes to massive resource changes, such as project
creation, deletion or version control system operations, but Mylyn
developers may have more comments on that. So I've CC'ed mylar-dev
mailing list.


scytacki wrote:
> While trying to disconnect a project using Eclipse 3.4 and subclipse 1.4, I
> seem to be hitting an infinite loop. I'm disconnecting by right clicking on
> the project, team, disconnect. Eclipse's CPU usage goes to nearly 100%.
> I killed eclipse, and then re-ran it from the terminal so I could dump the
> threads. When Eclipse started up again, the project was marked as
> disconnected. I reconnected it and then tried disconnecting it. It
> locked up again so I did a ctrl-\ in the terminal to dump all the threads.
> Below is a link to a file with 2 dumps spaced about a minute apart. There
> is one thread that is going through subclipse into mylyn and a minute later
> it is still in basically the same place.
> Perhaps this is a bug in mylyn but because it happens when I use the
> subclipse disconnect option I thought I'd start here.
> http://www.nabble.com/file/p18310071/eclipse-thread-dump.txt
> eclipse-thread-dump.txt

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