Squeak freeze. Please help

vaidasdidzbalis vaidasd at lnb.lt
Fri Jan 9 09:20:56 UTC 2004

Thank you for response. It was a server image at client's site. No one
did development with it. Image has a process to save itself each 20
minutes but, strangely, image and changes files are dated 4 AM, while
squeak started eating cpu resources at 1 PM, same day. Is it possible
to ask Squeak "what keeps you so busy?" by using startup scripts?.
Maybe image is healthy, just garbage collector works intensively.

--- In squeak at yahoogroups.com, "Adrian Lienhard" <adi at n...> wrote:
> Hi Vaidas
> Some days ago I had a similar problem developing with Seaside on
> with 3.6 image (although it probably doesn't have much to do with
> My image crashed while saving. Opening again just showed a black
screen and
> nothing happened.
> I don't know if you have been developing and then it crashed or if
it was a
> server image. The image may crash because you have an endless
recursion or
> something like this. But normally if you don't save the image, it is
> identical if you open it again after a crash (or after closing
> saving).
> You can recover the changes of the bad image if you open a new one
> select the changes file in the file list (see context menu). But I
> think you have a chance to get to objects in the image easily...
> I don't know if this helps much?
> Adrian
> Vaidas Didzbalis wrote:
> > Hello,
> > After three days of work time, Squeak 3.6.2 serving  Seaside
> > application on Windows2000 stopped responding. Now I got image
> > takes 100% on startup and shows black screen. How to identify
> > for this? Is it possible to restore objects stored on the class
> > from image?
> > Alt <http://minnow.cc.gatech.edu/squeak/2231>-. does not help.
> > Image size 34.MB
> > Changes size: 11,5 MB
> >
> > Thank you,
> > Vaidas
> _____________________
> Adrian Lienhard
> www.adrian-lienhard.ch
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