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Re: [Subclipse-users] Extremely slow performance in Subclipse method StatusCacheManager.basicGetStatus()

From: ben_hutchison <ben_at_playscapegames.com>
Date: Mon, 2 Mar 2009 02:44:58 -0800 (PST)

Mark Phippard-3 wrote:
> I've checked out the code. I think it was about 50 MB. I did not
> encounter any problems. ..
> One thing that occurs to me, as others have had problems like this in
> the past ... are you running builds outside of Eclipse, such as using
> Ant? This can cause performance problems as the build creates a ton
> of new files that Eclipse does not know about. When the workspace
> refreshes and it discovers them it sends a flood of resource changes
> through the system and it can take a while to process all of those.
> We've done most of the optimizations we can, I actually thought the
> problem was resolved as I do not recall hearing it lately. I am just
> speculating anyway since I am not seeing a problem. So just trying to
> think what else we could look for.

Thanks for investigating this Mark.

I am increasingly thinking that its some kind of rare sickness specific to
my local environment. No other Scala users are reporting the problem. And I
notice that the methods taking most of the execute time are all native
methods, so its seemingly not the Java code that's "at fault".

There's one thing about my case that's unusual: Im running in PDE launch
mode, ie Eclipse launched from Eclipse. No idea if/how that might affect
low-level SVN performance though.


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