[rc5] rc5 nicness
pt95cho at student.hk-r.se
Wed Oct 8 22:54:38 EDT 1997
At 11:51 1997-10-08 -0500, you wrote:
I have been trying to play aroung witht the parameters, but this won't cut
I am first of all the development company, so it is me that I have to talk
to..... secound of all it is not the development that is the problem. When
a system is finish the garbage collection will kick in any way. BUT the
envierment is JavaWorkShop (i.e a java development invierment made with
java) and it is here the garbage collection don't kick in. Try multitask
when the envierment have allocated twice as mutch memory that the computer
hold is kind of slow :-)))
But thanks for the idée but I can't this solwing the problem!
>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....
>>You put a baby in a crib with an apple and a rabbit. If it eats the rabbit
>>and plays with the apple, I'll buy you a new car. -Harvey Diamond
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Software engineer student at University of Karlskrona-Ronneby,
Institution committee of IDE
Irc-Nick: ACROO typ....
You put a baby in a crib with an apple and a rabbit. If it eats the rabbit
and plays with the apple, I'll buy you a new car. -Harvey Diamond
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