IDE Performance Tunning

Posted: March 7, 2011 in Eclipse, Java
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Usually when people refer to IDE performance tunning such s Eclipse they only talk of changing the Eclipse .ini file. If you are lucky to be using Eclipse under Linux there is one more setting that helps. That is change the priority form zero to about negative 5(-5) which tells the Linux OS to give more or higher priority to the Eclipse IDE which in turn results in less time of the IDE being ‘paused’ to about down to zero times it being paused.

I would imagine once you launch the android emulator you can also set its priority to about -5 with the same effects.

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  1. […] under Linux there is one more setting that helps. That is change the priority form zero to about… [full post] Fred Grott MobileBytes eclipsejavalinux 0 0 0 0 0 […]

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