Heavy problems with 10.5

Hi all,

since the last upgrade to 10.5 I encounter heavy problems with my beloved IDEA.
Besides the fact that I get much more often out-of-memory-exceptions, the thing that annoys me at most is:
While I'm developing (activly writing code) my Grails-app for some reason IDEA hits a point (out of nothing for me) where a little window pops up, like the job window while indexing.
The window disappears very fast, so I can't read its content, but after that moment IDEA behaves as if there is no Grails installed and I get tons and tons of errors in the log (see attachment).

Hopefully someone can help me =)

Cheers
Finn



Attachment(s):
idea.log.zip
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It seems that it had something to do with the ubuntu encryption. Moving the configs, etc. outside the encrypted home-dir solved my problems.

# path to IDEA config folder
idea.config.path=/usr/local/idea/config

# path to IDEA system folder
idea.system.path=/usr/local/idea/system

# path to user installed plugins folder
idea.plugins.path=/usr/local/idea/config/plugins



As far as I remember this has been mentioned in an older thread before. Maybe this could be fixed in the future =)
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On Sat, 21 May 2011 01:10:34 MSD, Galeon <no_reply@jetbrains.com>
wrote, quoted or indirectly quoted someone who said :

>While I'm developing (activly writing code) my Grails-app for some reason IDEA hits a point (out of nothing for me) where a little window pops up, like the job window while indexing.
>I can't read what is in the window, since it disappears very fast, but after that moment IDEA behaves as if there is no Grails installed and I get tons and tons of errors in the log (see attachment).

also see http://mindprod.com/jgloss/intellij.html
to check out your vm.options.  10.5 sets them back to defaults.
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