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Re: FC2T3 and sun Java



We may be talking an issue of scale here. I'm talking about a full project recompile using ant over 7500 source files some, quite large. I actually have observed failure many times when using antlr to make parsers, but I have no hard evidence for that. What is consistent is that I can get the kernel to lock up for sure by doing two of these large compiles (over different source versions) simultaneously.

Igor N. Kolomiyets wrote:

I am using both 1.4.2 and 1.5 Beta 1 on FC2T1-T3 and have no problem.
It is running eclipse + JBoss and in eclipse i'm constantly making changes to few dependent projects (few EJB modules and Web module) in average about 50 sources. Also recently made few changes with recompilation of the full project containing about 100 source files. The described behavior was not ever observed.


Best regards,
Igor.

Brian Anderson wrote:

I update frequently and I check it. The latest kernel, 351, exhibits the same behavior.
Keith Irwin wrote:


On Thu, 2004-05-06 at 09:28, Brian Anderson wrote:


There is a bug on this, https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=121902, but I was wondering if others have experienced the problems I have with the 1.4 VM on FC2. My machine locks up hard when doing a compile of a large number of jave files.



Yeah, I'm the one who posted that bug. I installed on a "demo" machine meant to host daily builds of a web application, running both jboss and weblogic. I figured it wouldn't matter if there were some sound card related issues or other "desktop" bugs as long as I could at least use the machine to host some java web apps.

No go!

Back to FC1 on that box, and nothing else to test FC2 on.

Alas, either getting java to work is not a priority for the fedora guys,
or its a symptom of some other problem (threading?) they *are* working
on, but we can't see.


It would be nice to know that they plan progress on this one, but I
guess I'll just wait until the next test/beta.

BTW, have they updated the kernel since test 3? And if not, have you
tried going back to an earlier kernel, as per one of the comments on the
issue you quoted? Any success with that?


Keith



-Brian














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