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Old 03-01-2009, 07:40 AM   #1
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Default Roche Software - Slow GUI


we are using the gsAmplicon for amplicon analysis. Sadly the graphical user interface (gui) is getting really slow and gsAmplicon hangs a lot of the time.

Let me explain a bit more:

If I understand it right gsAmplicon (and all other gsTools) consist of a modul for computation written in C / C++ and a gui written in Java. In our case the computation is fast enough and not the problem. The display of the data (especially alignments) however is really annoying slow.

I tried one little "experiment": Usually we are doing all the analysis on our own linux computer (2 x quad core, 32 GB RAM) and the gui is slow. I transfered one project to the analysis cluster provided by Roche (for the Titanium upgrade), started the gui on the cluster and it was much faster (scrolling, alignments, etc).

Has someone else this problem ? Can anyone explain the slow gui ? I suspect some setting of the java virtual machine but do not know which ...

Thank you very much for some ideas ...


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