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From "David W. Van Couvering" <David.Vancouver...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: !$!% derbyall
Date Thu, 13 Apr 2006 17:36:27 GMT
Thanks for your tips and concern, all.

Mike: I remember that it used to take me four hours a few weeks ago, and 
I didn't have these CPU issues, but this latest run broke all records. 
My laptop is pretty good -- I upgraded specifically so I could run 
derbyall on it and keep working, but for some reason yesterday it was 
just killing me.

When I ran Task Manager, it showed java.exe taking up 80-90% of CPU, and 
when certain tests ran (stress.multi) it went up to 100%.

Kathey: I run Disk Defragmenter every day... (except yesterday, as I was 
already in trouble before it kicked off automatically, so I killed it)

[PC Information]
OS Version                    Microsoft Windows XP Professional 
5.1.2600   Service Pack 2
CPU                           Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor 2.00GHz
Memory                        2048MB RAM
Hard Disk Capacity            60,011,642,880 [Byte]   55.890 [GB]
Hard Disk Free Space Capacity 29,242,060,800 [Byte]   27.234 [GB]
IDE Device 1                  HTS726060M9AT00
(I got this disk particularly because it was reasonably fast)


Mike Matrigali wrote:
> David W. Van Couvering wrote:
>> <rant on>
>> Sorry, but it is so frustrating.  I started a derbyall run at 9 this 
>> morning, and it was still running this evening.  My CPU was at 100%, I 
>> could get barely any work done, and then my machine hung up, I had to 
> Out of curiosity what are the specs on the machine you are running.
> I run on a 2 year old laptop, running XP - 1700 mhz, sane build.  My 
> latest run against sun jvm 1.4.2 against 10.1 was 4 hours - and I hardly 
> ever see 100% cpu (I realize trunk has more tests, just don't have those
> results handy).  It is likely insane build will run faster.

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