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On 7/1/11 4:06 PM, Rich Emberson wrote:
> When I first start my machine, a sync takes less than a second
> and compiling a small Java project takse 34 seconds.
> After running for two days, a sync takes 25 to 30 seconds (and running
> sync just after a sync still takes that long)
> and compiling the same Java project takes 5 to 8 minutes.
> Where do I look to try and find out what is slowing stuff down?
How much memory do you have and are you suffering from a memory 'leak'
where memory is being taken and not released. You might want to use
'top' or a similar program to see who is using memory and how much.
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