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Re: Bug #449176: azureus: Downloads very slowly with GIJ

On Nov 21, 2007 6:31 AM, Andrew Haley <aph@redhat.com> wrote:
> Shaun Jackman writes:
>  > Running the bit torrent client Azureus, downloading progresses
>  > terribly slowly with the
>  > java-gcj-compat JVM and works fine with Sun's JVM. If anyone has any
>  > thoughts on why this might be the case, or has some time to
>  > investigate, I'd appreciate the help in solving this bug.
>  >
>  > http://bugs.debian.org/449176
> What is the CPU meter doing?
> If the CPU is pegged at 100%, I'd do some profiling.  Also, starting
> with the vm option -verbose:class will tell you if, by some accident,
> you aren't using the precompiled classes.

Hello Andrew,

I can confirm that the CPU usage is <5% and that the precompiled
classes are being used. Lots of messages like
[Loaded (pre-compiled) java.lang.ClassLoader from <no code source>]

I do see messages like this:

DEBUG::Wed Nov 21 11:05:54 GMT-07:00
  VirtualChannelSelector: No progress for op 1: listener = class
count = 300, socket: open = true, connected = true

Perhaps it's related. Which version of Azureus has RedHat packaged?


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