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Which operating system?
How much memory does your laptop have installed?
Which method do you use to fine text in your project?
Windows 7 64b / 8gb Ram / Intel Core i5 vPro .
The problem persists. Today I had to restart JDeveloper 4 or 5 times (in 8 hours) (it became a habit).
I've tried to reproduce the issue to my colleagues computers, and the problem appears to them also.
It seems it is related to a certain ADF 11g application (the application I am currently working on) -> It always stays in "Searching for classess.." and after an hour or so it crashes.
As a side note this application that is generating all the problems is using ant tasks for building some projects (some of the jars had to be signed, so ant was the best solution at that point).
Things I've done so far:
- Checked file permission ;
- Visited this link and made all the changes suggested: https://blogs.oracle.com/angelo/entry/improving_the_performance_of_jdeveloper
Just as a side note, my personal impression is that JDeveloper is becoming more and more bloated (not to mention the huge amount of bugs 11g came with).
I have a more than decent hardware configuration, other IDEs are working flawlessly (Netbeans and Eclipse), while JDeveloper is pretty unresponsive, slow and ...
Also the problem I've mentioned in another post is still there: Re: JDeveloper crashing (Linux Machine). .
Edited by: Andrei Ciobanu on Nov 15, 2012 7:44 AM
Sometimes this happens because the GC runs very often because it runs out of memory.
In order to increase the memory of JVM, try to change these parameters in JDEV_INSTALL/jdeveloper/ide/bin/ide.conf:
AddVMOption -Xmx4096M AddVMOption -Xms2048M
What operation are you doing before it get stuck? Is it something specific?
If this only happens to a specific application/project it might be a problem with the project configuration.
Can you look into the project properties under the "project source paths" and make sure there are no un-needed directories there?
All the directories are valid. I am opening the project and try to edit some .java files.
If you create a new application - does the problem persist?
Or is it the specific project that you are using?