Performance/wild thread problem

Dmitry,

I've noticed that after using PyCharm 2.0 EAP for longer than an hour (or so), that it seems to consume a lot of CPU resources. It seems quite unstable in that regard, which is something different than what I noticed with the previous versions. Is this something your team is aware of? Or should I file a ticket?

Thanks!

Christian

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More details.... It's definitely related to when I debug a django application.

Seems to stay pretty busy after that.... shall i open a ticket?

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lol... one more observation....

the debugger stopped by itself when i had an error in my settings.py.

however, it seems the threads that were associated with the debugger didn't stop... they kept running. could this be? could they be leaked?

thanks,

christian

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Hello Christian,

We've recently fixed a problem which looks very similar to your description;

the fix will be included in the next EAP. Please give it a try when it's

available.

I've noticed that after using PyCharm 2.0 EAP for longer than an hour

(or so), that it seems to consume a lot of CPU resources. It seems

quite unstable in that regard, which is something different than what

I noticed with the previous versions. Is this something your team is

aware of? Or should I file a ticket?

--

Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

"Develop with Pleasure!"

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Great work Dmitry. Threading problem is no longer an issue.

Thanks!

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