RubyMine 3.1 slow in Linux Ubuntu 10.10

Hi guys!

I really love the idea and functionality of Rubymine and I bought the personal license. But it's very slow in linux (menus and autocompletition). I understand it runs many things in background, but it's still too slow. Do you have any idea?

My system:

Linux Ubuntu 10.10
Rubymine 3.1

SSD drive, AMD X6, Nvidia graphic card.

What might be the reason for that?

Thanks for your suggestions!

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Hi. I dont see any buttons in Rubymine to perform CPU benchmark. I have 64 bit version of Linux and have downloaded the yjp library from link provided and then copied over the libyjpagent.so to bin folder from /yjp-9.5.4/bin/linux-x86-64/libyjpagent.so in archive.

What am I doing wrong?

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OK, I've downloaded wrong version.

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OK here is my cpu data at FTP: RM-103.105_miha_24.02.2011_15.46.58.zip

Basically I went over the menues with mouse and typed some code. I dont thing the CPU is a key player here.

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Hello Miha,

Thanks a lot for the snapshot, indeed your snapshot showed that it is a Java rendering problem in your case. Do you have any special effects in Compiz enabled?
I think it doesn't matter however what actions were you doing while capturing this snapshot?
We are already aware of some performance problem with KWin and blur effects on.

Regards,
Oleg

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Hi!

Thank you for your answers!

I have Visual effects to maximum in Ubuntu (it does not make any difference in performance with or without effects). I am not sure what Compiz is? Btw I turned of anti-aliasing on fonts in Rubymine and it's a bit better.

Let us know of your progress :)

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Another info that might be useful regarding preformance.

I've installed through Synaptic package manager two things: default-jdk and sun-java6-bin

I think it works a bit better.

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I should have asked what Java SDK you were using as a very first question. Indeed only Oracle JDK is officially supported, because there are lots of known issues with OpenJDK.

Regards,
Oleg

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So by installing those things above I did the right think? Or should I install some other packages?

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Exactly:) No other packages are required.

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