Monday, October 30, 2006

SQL Developer...

Sue Harper has a nice blog entry about the SQL Developer exchange.  A site that frankly I was not aware of till I read her blog.

Very nice idea, tell them what you want.  Vote on them.  Check it out!

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15 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said....

Hate to say this here but that thing **IS** 100% a memory hog - No, It's NOT Oracle, it's Java.

I wish it ain't so, I really want to use it but....

Mon Oct 30, 09:24:00 PM EST  

Anonymous Anonymous said....

http://sqldeveloper.oracle.com gets redirected to http://htmldb.oracle.com ... and there is a lot of:

"Waiting for htmldb.oracle.com"

I get clicking on the links ... not good -- time to do some tuning.

Mon Oct 30, 10:38:00 PM EST  

Blogger Vadim Bobrov said....

I just checked - SQL Developer uses 47 Mb RAM on my machine. You can hardly call it a memory hog nowadays. Firefox takes twice as much

Mon Oct 30, 11:30:00 PM EST  

Anonymous Franco said....

It doesn't take so much time to vote your preferred feature, 10 minutes of everybody reading Tom's blog and thousand of useful votes will be collected to make a better SQL Developer ;-)

Tue Oct 31, 04:26:00 AM EST  

Anonymous Anonymous said....

Vadim Bobrov said....
I just checked - SQL Developer uses 47 Mb RAM on my machine.


Put it to real use a bit more....and come back and tell us it doesn't double-up on you

http://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=1481460

Tue Oct 31, 10:08:00 AM EST  

Anonymous Mark said....

Firefox using a mere 2*47 MB? Ha, I had to close Firefox yesterday when it consumed about 600 MB. :)

Tue Oct 31, 10:53:00 AM EST  

Anonymous RobH said....

600MB! Are you kidding me, you have some wonky extensions or something. I've *never* seen mine peek over 150MB.

Tue Oct 31, 01:59:00 PM EST  

Anonymous Mark said....

Nope, all I use is Adblock. Firefox simply consumes more and more memory the more you browse. I leave it open for days and days because I always have docs and such open... I have no need to close it. Then memory consumption snowballs until I have no choice.

I heard there may be a config parameter to disable whatever-the-hell-it's-doing...

Tue Oct 31, 03:21:00 PM EST  

Blogger Noons said....

Mark dude: it's called a "memory leak". No options to fix it except "fix the code".
Just pass it along to the Firefox folks and hope they can find it, if they haven't already.

Tue Oct 31, 05:38:00 PM EST  

Anonymous Dinesh said....

>>No, It's NOT Oracle, it's Java.
It is the same as some of Tom's clients saying that Oracle is slow. I use it and as a free tool it is good, PL/SQL debugging is very useful, but it is not a finished product. Some features do not seem to work as intended.

Tue Oct 31, 10:38:00 PM EST  

Anonymous RobH said....

I use adblock too, rarely close the window (I often have multiple tabs too).

Still never seen anything near 600MB

Wed Nov 01, 08:58:00 AM EST  

Anonymous Anonymous said....

hope sql developer replace PL/sql

Fri Dec 01, 01:41:00 AM EST  

Anonymous Anonymous said....

Firefox @ 110MB
Sql Developer @ 59MB

Thu May 28, 02:50:00 AM EDT  

Anonymous Anonymous said....

http://www.weblogism.com/item/202/sql-developer-memory-leak

... every day SQL Developer takes more than 600k of RAM.

Thu May 28, 03:48:00 PM EDT  

Anonymous Anonymous said....

SQL Developer: 570MB, it's a killer

Wed Mar 17, 09:44:00 AM EDT  

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