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java2d and X sessions

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Anonymous

We have a simple app that just has a few panels, buttons etc.

Performance over an X session over a long network connection
is very slow, it takes several seconds to update the GUI. I saw
a bug in the database regarding this, but all the entries were
ancient (2000). The technical notes indicated this is fixed in
1.4, but from what I could gather the "fix" isn't just a
straight-up performance improvement but requires application
modifications.

Are there any JVM options or anything we can enable to optimize
performance over X?

If you don't think this is a Java2D question let me know where
to ask it.

thanks,

Mike

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Dmitri Trembovetski

Hi Mike,

which java release were you using?
Also, what OS?

jdk5 and jdk6 especially have better performance
over high-latency remote connections.

Thanks,
Dmitri

On Fri, Nov 03, 2006 at 04:12:04PM -0500, Nidel, Mike wrote:
> We have a simple app that just has a few panels, buttons etc.
>
> Performance over an X session over a long network connection
> is very slow, it takes several seconds to update the GUI. I saw
> a bug in the database regarding this, but all the entries were
> ancient (2000). The technical notes indicated this is fixed in
> 1.4, but from what I could gather the "fix" isn't just a
> straight-up performance improvement but requires application
> modifications.
>
> Are there any JVM options or anything we can enable to optimize
> performance over X?
>
> If you don't think this is a Java2D question let me know where
> to ask it.
>
> thanks,
>
> Mike
>
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