#3200 - 100% CPU with Version Control Update Results showing

even if I switch focus away from idea. Hide the toolwindow, cpu normal,
show it again, cpu 100%.

Anyone else see this?

N.

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You may be onto something. I don't notice it because I have 2
processors and usually manually assign IJ to a single processor. IJ was
on the processor on the right, I did an update on a project that was
completely up-to-date and immediately switched focus to the task
manager. It may be related to synchronization. The initial spike on
the right-side CPU was when the dialog returned. The remaining part of
the hump was after the CVS results were shown. There may be no way to
avoid this.

Have money in the budget for a bigger machine? Dell still has the
SC1420 for $524, throw in another processor and some extra memory and
you have a kick-arse development box for a little over $1K.


Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Nathan Brown wrote:

even if I switch focus away from idea. Hide the toolwindow, cpu
normal, show it again, cpu 100%.

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Anyone else see this?

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N.




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Instead of guessing run a CPU and memory profile using YourKit, save the
snapshot and send it to JB. The Task manager behavior doesn't tell you
anything.

R

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I don't have the snapshot buttons anymore.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>Instead of guessing run a CPU and memory profile using YourKit, save the
>snapshot and send it to JB. The Task manager behavior doesn't tell you
>anything.
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>R

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In article <4202733C.7020005@yahoo.com>,
Norris Shelton <i.hate.spam@yahoo.com> wrote:

I don't have the snapshot buttons anymore.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>Instead of guessing run a CPU and memory profile using YourKit, save the
>snapshot and send it to JB. The Task manager behavior doesn't tell you
>anything.
>
>R

>


Huh I thought it was an OS X thing. I think you can get them back again
by installing yjp and letting it install the plugin again.

Not sure...

R

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I pulled down ykp eap4 build 520, which has been fixed for the new IJ
builds, but ....

It's the normal profiler for your applications, not IJ. What I am
really missing are the memory and CPU snapshot buttons that used to pull
the IJ information.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>In article <4202733C.7020005@yahoo.com>,

Norris Shelton <i.hate.spam@yahoo.com> wrote:

>

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>>I don't have the snapshot buttons anymore.
>>
>>Norris Shelton
>>Sun Certified Java Programmer
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>>Robert S. Sfeir wrote:
>>
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>>
>>>Instead of guessing run a CPU and memory profile using YourKit, save the
>>>snapshot and send it to JB. The Task manager behavior doesn't tell you
>>>anything.
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>>>R
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>Huh I thought it was an OS X thing. I think you can get them back again
>by installing yjp and letting it install the plugin again.
>
>Not sure...
>
>R

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In article <42028B23.7020806@yahoo.com>,
Norris Shelton <i.hate.spam@yahoo.com> wrote:

I pulled down ykp eap4 build 520, which has been fixed for the new IJ
builds, but ....

It's the normal profiler for your applications, not IJ. What I am
really missing are the memory and CPU snapshot buttons that used to pull
the IJ information.


Yup same here.

I guess we'll wait for next EAP to help with the profiles.

R

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