Subject runaway process
Author Ken Richard
I haven't had time to check it out, but today my interserver.exe (win2k)
started using memory at a very rapid rate. According to the task manager,
it was using over 100mb ram. This is just a development machine and there
was only one local user and one remote user. It happened once before with
the IB6 Beta. I am not sure what triggered the runaway because I was away
from the maching when it started. Has anyone else experienced the problem?

-----Original Message-----
From: odonohue [mailto:odonohue]On Behalf Of Mark O'Donohue
Sent: Thursday, September 07, 2000 8:35 AM
Subject: [IB-Java] Thank you.- ^H^H gone.


Thanks Torsten

That REALLY helps, and I agree 3.5 is a fine product, I think a good balance
between simplicity, speed and usefulness. Netbeans in my opinion looks
nice, has
some nice features but like visual cafe, is slow. It is open source though
so it
may pick up - woof ;-).

I never really gave 3.0 a chance, it was only with 3.5 I had a chance to
stick with
it for long enough to pick it up.

> Can you say this funny word again, please? "command line", hm, sounds
> interesting, what is it anyway?
> <g>

I just don't get these visual only "macintosh people", I mean have you ever
to type a document using just your mouse. Real programmers need a command
and DOS just doesn't cut it. What was that saying,

Real programmers can write fortran programs in any language. ;-)



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