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Should we return it back to feed your sarcasm? :)

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"Vincent O'Sullivan" <vjosullivan@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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Well done. :)



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Our current 3.0 project has over 3,500 classes. I tried to create a new project using this 873 build and it crashed all 4 times when I tried it. Once time it crashed the machine causing it to reboot. I used the jdk that came with the build with -ms256m -mx512m. Anyone seeing similar behavior?

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Stacktraces might help. And AFAIK no application is capable to reboot the
machine even if it crashes. It only might be OS fault.

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"Duc Nguyen" <nguyendduc@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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Our current 3.0 project has over 3,500 classes. I tried to create a new

project using this 873 build and it crashed all 4 times when I tried it.
Once time it crashed the machine causing it to reboot. I used the jdk that
came with the build with -ms256m -mx512m. Anyone seeing similar behavior?


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Have this (and other problems) problems with and [win2k +
sp4 + norton av 2002]: windows keeps crashing - always when creating a
project cache, sometimes when normally using idea.

Nowadays, I always have to work with nav disabled.


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Try increasing the amount of memory that IDEA uses. Often during initial project construction it uses an extraordinary amount.

The machine crash itself could be due to bad memory. When IDEA uses very large amounts, small memory problems in the upper reaches of your RAM may get tickled. -- I have also seen machines crash because of excessive delay's in the disk responding because it is thrashing so bad (also because of a lack of memory -- saw this mainly on windows NT).

After increasing the HEAP size in the .lax file, make sure you shut down everything else when creating the project. If you do have bad memory, this might prevent IDEA from reaching the upper limits of it.

Mike

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I've always had problems with nav, I just don't use it when I'm writing
code. :-\

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Carlos Costa e Silva wrote:

Have this (and other problems) problems with and [win2k +
sp4 + norton av 2002]: windows keeps crashing - always when creating a
project cache, sometimes when normally using idea.

Nowadays, I always have to work with nav disabled.


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