Scott Ferguson wrote (2011-03-02 18:10):
> On 03/02/2011 02:53 AM, Mattias Jiderhamn wrote:
>> We're looking forward to upgrading from 4.0.10 to 4.0.15, but during
>> testing we notice 4.0.15 takes way longer to boot our application.
>> Results on different machines range from twice the time to 4-5 times as
>> long. It seems that the Spring/Hibernate initialization is taking most
>> of the time (just by debug outputs, no profiling yet)
>> Narrowing it down, it changed between 4.0.13 and 4.0.14.
>> Is anyone else seeing this? Would this be expected for any reason (like
>> XML parser, DTD resolving)???
>> (We have primarily tested this on Windows with a Resin Pro license that
>> should be valid for the update)
> I may have just hit this and fixed it (I need to verify the specific
> change - there are two.)
> Resin's classloader does some analysis and caching to improve
> resource/class loading performance. This speeds up Spring/Hibernate
> initialization considerably. Some of that caching was causing problems
> with GC, so it was reversed. I'll see how it can be fixed.
Great. Is there a bug entry I can keep track of to see when I should try 
the snapshop?


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