Hi, I use jDeveloper 3.23 and it works fine in a PC Pentium III 800 MHz, 128 MB Ram running Windows NT. When i�m trying to use jDeveloper 9i, i have big problems of performance. Somebody uses jDeveloper 9i with another enviroment ? Works well ? Thanks !
Originally posted by Gustavo Adolpho Bonesso: Hi, I use jDeveloper 3.23 and it works fine in a PC Pentium III 800 MHz, 128 MB Ram running Windows NT. When i�m trying to use jDeveloper 9i, i have big problems of performance.
I too have a PC Pentium III 800 MHz but with 256 MB Ram and Windows 2000 Professional and I am also experiencing BIG problems. The app just does not load fully and when it does it slows down my entire PC. BTW, does anyone know of an IDE with an integrated vi editor? [ August 13, 2002: Message edited by: Leslie Chaim ]
Hi, We've had a number of reports of performance problems when running JDeveloper at the same time as virus checkers with real time file system protection switched on. If you have a virus checker running and are noticing slow performance in JDeveloper (particularly at startup time), try changing the options in your virus checker so that it does not scan inside ZIP files. We've fixed this problem in the next release (9.0.3, should be available very, very, very soon ), by simply changing a lot of the .zip files we have on our classpath to .jar files instead... Brian
.. Another thing to note: the memory requirements... Typically, you can comfortably run the IDE in 256MB of memory. However if you're running other applications at the same time (e.g. Oracle database, debugging the built in standalone OC4J), you'll most likely need more. I run with 512MB on most of my systems, and don't often have performance problems with JDev (even when running two copies of it at once). 128MB is a bit on the lean side for most Java IDEs these days. In 9.0.3, we've also added an extension manager feature so that you can switch features of the IDE that you don't use off: this should hopefully help the memory footprint a little. Thanks, Brian
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