Re: Specifications for a machine for JEE development

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Sun, 02 Aug 2009 22:16:16 -0400
Jan Paulsen wrote:

Arne Vajh?j wrote:

Jan Paulsen wrote:

Arne Vajh?j wrote:

Jan Paulsen wrote:

I'm really interested in 5400RPM vs. 7200RPM now. Does it really
matter that much for the tool set mentioned

Most likely it does.

Software today is huge.

Try count how must space the software use.

The stuff you use will need to be read from the hard drive.

Good point. This is a really difficult question, I know, since we
probably won't be able to compare two otherwise identical systems
wrt. RPM. Perhaps what I was trying to ask is that if going 7200 RPM
would decrease search speeds in a way which is noticeable in the
mentioned tool set, especially NetBeans, which I guess does a lot of
searching while editing (which is my primary concern). Risking being
called lazy, I'm not going to quantify all bits and bytes to be
transferred, but I must say that I am interested in the subjective
experience. So, are you running 5400RPM and finding the NetBeans
editor a bit sluggish? Or are you running 7200RPM and finding no
delays whatsoever while typing?

You can pick the test at:,53.html

that you think reflex your usage.

Arne, I just reread my posts and realized that they could be offending.
That was certainly not the intend and I'm sorry if it came out that way.

I was not offended.

I don't think your posts were rude in any way.

And even if they were then it takes a lot to offend me.



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