Merging two large streams results in 100% CPU utilization
Attempts to merge two large streams results in 100% CPU utilization with the eclipse client and long duration for the task to complete with IBM Rational Team Concert.
When merging two large streams (each stream with 15,000 files or more), the process duration takes a long time and results in the eclipse client machine at 100% CPU utilization.
Merging two streams is a time and processor consuming operation.
Resolving the problem
Merging two big streams is a time consuming operation by design. However, there are several ways to make this operation faster:
- Reduce number of changes in files to merge,
- Increase -Xmx value in eclipse.ini file,
- Disable the "Build Automatically" option in RTC client, by following the steps below:
1. Navigate to menu Window -> Preferences,
2. Navigate to General -> Workspace,
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More support for:
Rational Team Concert
Software version: 3.0
Operating system(s): Linux, Windows
Software edition: Enterprise, Express, Express-C, Standard
Reference #: 1501871
Modified date: 11 December 2012