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Where do we log the information of project load from server workspace to local sandbox ?


Naveenchandra Patil (11) | asked Aug 13 '15, 5:37 a.m.
I need to get the details of the total time taken for my project to load from the server workspace to my local sandbox in a eclipse client. This information is needed for performance testing of the servers here.

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Arun K Sriramaiah (3.2k1837) | answered Aug 13 '15, 7:28 a.m.
  Hi Naveenchandra,

It depends on lot of factors; eg: eclipse client memory, number of file/folders you are trying to load the component , network bandwidth.

I think you can any see the operations run as background jobs in Eclipse (for example: validation, indexing). You can get an idea of what background jobs are running by launching:

  • Window > Show View > Progress

But not sure about the time details, it shows the percentage remaining.

Regards,
Arun.


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Naveenchandra Patil commented Aug 13 '15, 7:51 a.m.

Hi Arun,
   Thanks for the quick response :)
    I understand that we can monitor the progress of the load by switching to progress view. But I am interested to know if the total time taken to load the project is written somewhere ? May be to any log file from where I can go and check this load time @ later point of time...

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