Forum: Ruby on Rails Prototype, "periodically_call_remote" throws CPU into overdr

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Randy M. (Guest)
on 2005-11-20 04:24
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Hello,

im playing around with "periodically_call_remote"
(frequency 1 sec) & even when i have it call an
empty "dummy" method it revs up my cpu to almost
100%!!?

i'm running Rails 0.13.1, Ruby 1.8, on a OS X 10.3.9
on a G5 w/
Firefox & i've alternated btw Prototype 1.3.0 &
1.4.0_rc2 with almost identical results.

Using the dummy call (frequency 1 sec) with Prototype
1.4.0_rc2 & checking JS errors at app startup &
exit...
at startup i get a series of JS warnings from
prototype.

Then the "periodically_call_remote" call starts firing
- without
(apparent)
incident - but the cpu revs way up into the 90's!!

Then when i exit the app i get a whole slew of a
particular error;

=======================================================

Error: [Exception... "Component returned failure code:
0x80040111 (NS_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE)
[nsIXMLHttpRequest.status]"  nsresult: "0x80040111
(NS_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE)"  location: "JS frame ::
http://localhost:3000/javascripts/prototype.js ::
anonymous :: line 678"  data: no]
Source File:
http://localhost:3000/javascripts/prototype.js
Line: 678

======================================================

& then it can take up to 30 secs or more for cpu to
rev back down after app
exit!!

Has anyone seen this error before or experienced such
a problem?

Any callback to the server surely entails a CPU hit,
but isn't this
excessive?

Doesn't the series of the same error on exit indicate
something very
wrong?

I have not been able to find mention of this type of
problem anywhere. Any wisdom would be greatly
appreciated!

Thanks much!

Randy






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