[rc5] rc5 nicness
Brian Greul (Exch)
bbraf08 at exch-imc.b-r.com
Wed Oct 8 12:51:43 EDT 1997
You might try tinkering with the run parameters.
I remember seeing a number of blocks to process and number of hours to
process per run.
You might be able to "idle" the client for a while to allow your java
garbage collection to run.
You might also ask your java development company to include an option to
force trash to be taken out... :)
>From: Christian Holmqvist [SMTP:pt95cho at student.hk-r.se]
>Sent: Wednesday, October 08, 1997 11:33 AM
>To: rc5 at llamas.net
>Subject: [rc5] rc5 nicness
>I been sending this mail to the rc5 help mail box but I havn't heard
>anything from them so I might as well send it to this list insted.
>I have a problem with running the rc5 client (on a NT4.0 computer) when I'm
>developing in Java.
>The java garbage collection is set to run on system idle time and if I have
>a rc5 client there is no system idle time so the garbage collection is
>never executed. Is there any way around this. The only way around this is
>that the rc5 client have to fake the system idle event.
>This will also occure when a MFC system runns and tries to handle the
>garbage collection. (When ever a object is created in ::FromHandle)
>I consider this to be a major bug / problem and have to be fixed as soon as
>Software engineer student at University of Karlskrona-Ronneby,
>Institution committee of IDE
>Irc-Nick: ACROO typ....
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