On 01/04/11 09:56, DenverD wrote:
> On 04/01/2011 10:14 AM, PeeGee wrote:
>> Not in this case, I think. The delay happens whether OpenJDK or SUN
>> versions are used (and all three cores go above 80%)
> i’m sure you are right, but did you uninstall JDK?
Yes, did that I usually remove anything I’m not requiring and a
second JRE falls into that category, for me.
> WAIT, i remember now–another post
> <http://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php?t=456886> yesterday or before
> said it is necessary to (in Writer, for example) go to Tools > Options >
> Java > and
> make sure the “Use Java Runtime environment” box is X’ed
> and when “Sun Microsystems Inc. etc” appears in the “already installed”
> window, left click on the circle to put a black dot in it, and click OK,
> then Ok again and restart Writer…while watch system spikes and a stop
> no more delay…
Did that as well, no effect on the delay
I also don’t seem to get the thread message that states the delay
disappears, only that it is necessary to select the environment by
clicking the circle (as was the case, I think, with OOo 1.x or 2.x) and
that the “JRE is defective” message disappears.
> maybe with both JDK and Sun installed, both will be listed there and you
> may choose whichever you want (with the black dot) and still have no
> delay…someone who has both should add that info to the bug, filed
> here: https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=683054
> others should add comments confirming the bug, please…(bugs with a
> single reporter tend to not get the most priority!)
It appears to be JAVA initialisation, as when there is an open LO/OOo
module, there is no delay when loading another module.
Perhaps you pre-load the core elements, as was an option in the days of
StarOffice (which would speed things up considerably - at the expense of
a slower logon start-up ).
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