Making clean all days

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marc4915
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Making clean all days

Post by marc4915 » Tue May 27, 2014 8:36 pm

Hi guys.

In my company, we're having many problems for use Zend Studio.

All days, after begin the work, we need make "clean" for work station work correctly.
This task take a lot of time.

Anyone know how can we solve this problem?

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Re: Making clean all days

Post by natalia_b_zend » Wed May 28, 2014 11:30 am

Could you provide more details?
What exactly is happening that you need to 'clean' your workspace?
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Re: Making clean all days

Post by marc4915 » Wed May 28, 2014 2:48 pm

Hi.

If i don't do "clean", my workstation will be stopped.
This happen to all computers.
Some computers have 4gb of ram and some 8gb.
All computers are intel i5 3.4ghz and windows 7 with ZendStudio 10.0.

All days we lose a lot of time because we have three projects and this one are so bigger.

I look forward your reply.

Thanks.

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Re: Making clean all days

Post by marc4915 » Wed May 28, 2014 2:56 pm

*these one are so bigger

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Re: Making clean all days

Post by natalia_b_zend » Wed May 28, 2014 8:12 pm

What is happening when your workstation stops? Is there any process running like 'DLTK indexing' or 'Validating'?
What's the processor usage when this happens? 0% or maybe 100%?
Can you observe the memory usage of ZendStudio? Is it growing?

We did huge performance improvements for processing big projects in Studio 10.6. Could you give 10.6.2 a try and let me know if it works better for you?
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Re: Making clean all days

Post by marc4915 » Wed May 28, 2014 9:24 pm

natalia_b_zend wrote:What is happening when your workstation stops? Is there any process running like 'DLTK indexing' or 'Validating'?
What's the processor usage when this happens? 0% or maybe 100%?
Can you observe the memory usage of ZendStudio? Is it growing?

We did huge performance improvements for processing big projects in Studio 10.6. Could you give 10.6.2 a try and let me know if it works better for you?
Yes. running DLTK ,but when it finished also stop if don't make "clean".
The Processor more or less 50% and ram 60% when the computer have 8Gb.

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