I just followed the instructions here https://software.intel.com/en-us/node/519930
This was installed on a separate machine from my Android Eclipse station, which incidentally I have no trouble with for two years. It is a Windows 7 machine and is Eclipse Kepler SR2. I have added no plugins other than what came from following instructions linked above.
I see there are perhaps 100 plugins listed in the details of the install and I cannot find a list of the parent names.
I used the same instructions, but the Linux version, for the Linux Eclipse which experienced the same problem but my Linux won't boot up so I can't say what the Eclipse version is there. Good thing I switched my development back to Windows!
I accidentally left Eclipse running when I sent to dinner. It was fine when I left and doing nothing while I was gone. Normally it will show 275k memory and 0% cpu under conditions like that. When I returned it was showing 738k memory and 95% cpu. Completely unresponsive. This was on Windows. On Linux it did the same thing but I was able to see down in the details more and saw that it was Java at 98% cpu rather than just the more global Eclipse.
if you go to dinner I guess Eclipse deserves at least some CPU cycles?
- is this behavior reproducable?
- after which time does Java run crazy (approx)?
- where you still running SW remotely via Eclipse?
- anything else you did? i.e. if you just start Eclipse and leave it otherwise untouched I guess it wouldn't run crazy?
Nothing was running when I went to dinner. Eclipse was just sitting there and perfectly responsive. Later last evening, I opened Eclipse and was doing some development so using it. I had Memory Manager open and after an hour or two Eclipse got sluggish and I saw that memory usage was up around 700k and cpu was at between 50% and 75% so I closed it. When opened again it was down to 0% cpu and250l or so memory. My programs are run on Edison and not on the machine so it can't be them leaking and besides from the Linux data, it is Jave that is the problem and my programs are in C and would have a different name anyway. I should note that when I say they are unresponsive, I mean completely. I can't close it normally. I get a this program is not responding message and have to force close it.
I am still waiting for an answer. I have one input to add to the behavior. I was using Eclipse with Edison the other day for a short time. I forgot to shut Eclipse down before going to dinner. Everything was fine and I left it not running anything, just sitting there. When I returned there was an Out of Memory error. Not just slow but out of memory with no option but to close the program. This is a Windows 7 computer dedicated to this development so nothing else going on except perhaps Chrome. In a normal development day, I shut Eclipse down every hour or so and restart it. In contrast, my Android Eclipse on my XP machine will run for weeks without closing it.
Happy New Year.