Processor pegs HARD under 856

Wow for some reason I've noticed that when switching between files that the
processor pegs to 100% and won't share resources nicely... meaning once it
pegs it to switch to another file, if I try to do anything else on the
machine it won't let other apps do anything. I'm not on a slow box either,
I'm on a 2.4ghz box. I only have 2 files open, and memory is growing out of
control. It does get garbage collected somewhat but it doesn't seem to come
back down much. I've tried switching LaF just in case, but still the same
thing. If I don't quit and start back up, it's all hell. The CPU gets
pegged for a good 20 seconds... just to switch a file!

Before I file this as a bug, I wanted to see if anyone else had this issue
and if there was a workaround.

Thanks
R


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"Robert S. Sfeir" <robert@codepuccino.com> wrote in message
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Wow for some reason I've noticed that when switching between files that

the

processor pegs to 100% and won't share resources nicely... meaning once it
pegs it to switch to another file, if I try to do anything else on the
machine it won't let other apps do anything. I'm not on a slow box

either,

I'm on a 2.4ghz box. I only have 2 files open, and memory is growing out

of

control. It does get garbage collected somewhat but it doesn't seem to

come

back down much. I've tried switching LaF just in case, but still the same
thing. If I don't quit and start back up, it's all hell. The CPU gets
pegged for a good 20 seconds... just to switch a file!

>

Before I file this as a bug, I wanted to see if anyone else had this issue
and if there was a workaround.


I don't have this issue, though I haven't been using 856 too much today.
(I'm using it on Win2K in case that helps.)


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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Wow for some reason I've noticed that when switching between files that the
processor pegs to 100% and won't share resources nicely... meaning once it
pegs it to switch to another file, if I try to do anything else on the
machine it won't let other apps do anything. I'm not on a slow box either,
I'm on a 2.4ghz box. I only have 2 files open, and memory is growing out of
control. It does get garbage collected somewhat but it doesn't seem to come
back down much. I've tried switching LaF just in case, but still the same
thing. If I don't quit and start back up, it's all hell. The CPU gets
pegged for a good 20 seconds... just to switch a file!

Before I file this as a bug, I wanted to see if anyone else had this issue
and if there was a workaround.

Thanks
R


Please send us a thread dump.

Vladimir Kondratyev
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Vladimir, I found my issue and it's MY fault! I had modified the lax file,
and accidentally turn ON the No direct draw... bad thing...

It's all OK now.
R

"Vladimir Kondratyev" <vova@intellij.com> wrote in message
news:beiua8$qj6$1@is.intellij.net...

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Wow for some reason I've noticed that when switching between files that

the

processor pegs to 100% and won't share resources nicely... meaning once

it

pegs it to switch to another file, if I try to do anything else on the
machine it won't let other apps do anything. I'm not on a slow box

either,

I'm on a 2.4ghz box. I only have 2 files open, and memory is growing

out of

control. It does get garbage collected somewhat but it doesn't seem to

come

back down much. I've tried switching LaF just in case, but still the

same

thing. If I don't quit and start back up, it's all hell. The CPU gets
pegged for a good 20 seconds... just to switch a file!

>

Before I file this as a bug, I wanted to see if anyone else had this

issue

and if there was a workaround.

>

Thanks
R

>
>

>

Please send us a thread dump.

>

Vladimir Kondratyev
___________________
JetBrains

>


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