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Martin Gladdish
Hi,

I've got around 20 or so projects that I'd like to keep track of in Sonar and have just installed version 1.0.2, talking to an Oracle DB. After getting Sonar to create its database tables, etc., importing my first project snapshot works fine.

The problem appears to be with subsequent projects and snapshots. I've since sonar'd two other projects, and re-sonar'd the original project. The problem is that it's only the first snapshot of my original project that appears on the web interface.

Here's the contents of my snapshots table:
ID,CREATED_AT,VERSION,PROJECT_ID,SNAPSHOT_GROUP_ID,PROCESSED
10000,11/01/2008 14:13:30,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10000,1
10001,11/01/2008 14:14:22,1.2-SNAPSHOT ,10001,10001,0
10002,11/01/2008 14:20:34,1.4-SNAPSHOT,10002,10002,0
10020,11/01/2008 14:53:42,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10020,0

I even left the sonar web service running overnight last night to see if the database task to process the other snapshots would run, but with no luck.

What schedule does the snapshot processor run on, so when should I expect my other projects to appear on the web interface? I've had a poke through Sonar's source but can't find where these database tasks are scheduled.

Many thanks,

Martin Gladdish,
Head of Development,
BioMed Central.
http://www.biomedcentral.com
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Simon Brandhof-2
Hello,

The batch that consolidates data is executed as soon as the maven plugin is finished. It's also executed when the server starts. So you should see your projects...
Could you send us the content of the SNAPSHOT_GROUP table please ? Which Oracle version do you use ?

Thanks,
Simon

On Jan 11, 2008 4:31 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I've got around 20 or so projects that I'd like to keep track of in Sonar and have just installed version 1.0.2, talking to an Oracle DB. After getting Sonar to create its database tables, etc., importing my first project snapshot works fine.

The problem appears to be with subsequent projects and snapshots. I've since sonar'd two other projects, and re-sonar'd the original project. The problem is that it's only the first snapshot of my original project that appears on the web interface.

Here's the contents of my snapshots table:
ID,CREATED_AT,VERSION,PROJECT_ID,SNAPSHOT_GROUP_ID,PROCESSED
10000,11/01/2008 14:13:30,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10000,1
10001,11/01/2008 14:14:22,1.2-SNAPSHOT ,10001,10001,0
10002,11/01/2008 14:20:34,1.4-SNAPSHOT,10002,10002,0
10020,11/01/2008 14:53:42,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10020,0

I even left the sonar web service running overnight last night to see if the database task to process the other snapshots would run, but with no luck.

What schedule does the snapshot processor run on, so when should I expect my other projects to appear on the web interface? I've had a poke through Sonar's source but can't find where these database tasks are scheduled.

Many thanks,

Martin Gladdish,
Head of Development,
BioMed Central.
http://www.biomedcentral.com

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Martin Gladdish
Thanks for getting back so quickly....

Yes, I guessed it would be as simple as that. Stopping and starting the Sonar service hasn't kicked off the processor, either.
Here's my snapshot_group data:
ID,ISLAST,PROCESSED,CREATED_AT,PROJECT_ID,PURGED
10000,1,1,11/01/2008 14:13:30,10000,0
10001,0,0,11/01/2008 14:14:22,10001,0
10002,0,0,11/01/2008 14:20:34,10002,0
10020,0,0,11/01/2008 14:53:42,10000,0

We're running Oracle 10.2.0.3.

Martin.

On 11/01/2008, Simon Brandhof <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

The batch that consolidates data is executed as soon as the maven plugin is finished. It's also executed when the server starts. So you should see your projects...
Could you send us the content of the SNAPSHOT_GROUP table please ? Which Oracle version do you use ?

Thanks,
Simon


On Jan 11, 2008 4:31 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I've got around 20 or so projects that I'd like to keep track of in Sonar and have just installed version 1.0.2, talking to an Oracle DB. After getting Sonar to create its database tables, etc., importing my first project snapshot works fine.

The problem appears to be with subsequent projects and snapshots. I've since sonar'd two other projects, and re-sonar'd the original project. The problem is that it's only the first snapshot of my original project that appears on the web interface.

Here's the contents of my snapshots table:
ID,CREATED_AT,VERSION,PROJECT_ID,SNAPSHOT_GROUP_ID,PROCESSED
10000,11/01/2008 14:13:30,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10000,1
10001,11/01/2008 14:14:22,1.2-SNAPSHOT ,10001,10001,0
10002,11/01/2008 14:20:34,1.4-SNAPSHOT,10002,10002,0
10020,11/01/2008 14:53:42,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10020,0

I even left the sonar web service running overnight last night to see if the database task to process the other snapshots would run, but with no luck.

What schedule does the snapshot processor run on, so when should I expect my other projects to appear on the web interface? I've had a poke through Sonar's source but can't find where these database tasks are scheduled.

Many thanks,

Martin Gladdish,
Head of Development,
BioMed Central.
<a href="http://www.biomedcentral.com" target="_blank" onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"> http://www.biomedcentral.com


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Simon Brandhof-2
And do you have single or multi-modules projects ?

On Jan 11, 2008 4:49 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks for getting back so quickly....

Yes, I guessed it would be as simple as that. Stopping and starting the Sonar service hasn't kicked off the processor, either.
Here's my snapshot_group data:
ID,ISLAST,PROCESSED,CREATED_AT,PROJECT_ID,PURGED
10000,1,1,11/01/2008 14:13:30,10000,0
10001,0,0,11/01/2008 14:14:22,10001,0
10002,0,0,11/01/2008 14:20:34,10002,0
10020,0,0,11/01/2008 14:53:42,10000,0

We're running Oracle 10.2.0.3.

Martin.


On 11/01/2008, Simon Brandhof <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

The batch that consolidates data is executed as soon as the maven plugin is finished. It's also executed when the server starts. So you should see your projects...
Could you send us the content of the SNAPSHOT_GROUP table please ? Which Oracle version do you use ?

Thanks,
Simon


On Jan 11, 2008 4:31 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I've got around 20 or so projects that I'd like to keep track of in Sonar and have just installed version 1.0.2, talking to an Oracle DB. After getting Sonar to create its database tables, etc., importing my first project snapshot works fine.

The problem appears to be with subsequent projects and snapshots. I've since sonar'd two other projects, and re-sonar'd the original project. The problem is that it's only the first snapshot of my original project that appears on the web interface.

Here's the contents of my snapshots table:
ID,CREATED_AT,VERSION,PROJECT_ID,SNAPSHOT_GROUP_ID,PROCESSED
10000,11/01/2008 14:13:30,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10000,1
10001,11/01/2008 14:14:22,1.2-SNAPSHOT ,10001,10001,0
10002,11/01/2008 14:20:34,1.4-SNAPSHOT,10002,10002,0
10020,11/01/2008 14:53:42,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10020,0

I even left the sonar web service running overnight last night to see if the database task to process the other snapshots would run, but with no luck.

What schedule does the snapshot processor run on, so when should I expect my other projects to appear on the web interface? I've had a poke through Sonar's source but can't find where these database tasks are scheduled.

Many thanks,

Martin Gladdish,
Head of Development,
BioMed Central.
http://www.biomedcentral.com



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Martin Gladdish
These are all single module projects, but I'll be adding a couple of multi-module projects later on.

On 11/01/2008, Simon Brandhof <[hidden email]> wrote:
And do you have single or multi-modules projects ?


On Jan 11, 2008 4:49 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks for getting back so quickly....

Yes, I guessed it would be as simple as that. Stopping and starting the Sonar service hasn't kicked off the processor, either.
Here's my snapshot_group data:
ID,ISLAST,PROCESSED,CREATED_AT,PROJECT_ID,PURGED
10000,1,1,11/01/2008 14:13:30,10000,0
10001,0,0,11/01/2008 14:14:22,10001,0
10002,0,0,11/01/2008 14:20:34,10002,0
10020,0,0,11/01/2008 14:53:42,10000,0

We're running Oracle <a href="http://10.2.0.3" target="_blank" onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"> 10.2.0.3.

Martin.


On 11/01/2008, Simon Brandhof <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

The batch that consolidates data is executed as soon as the maven plugin is finished. It's also executed when the server starts. So you should see your projects...
Could you send us the content of the SNAPSHOT_GROUP table please ? Which Oracle version do you use ?

Thanks,
Simon


On Jan 11, 2008 4:31 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I've got around 20 or so projects that I'd like to keep track of in Sonar and have just installed version 1.0.2, talking to an Oracle DB. After getting Sonar to create its database tables, etc., importing my first project snapshot works fine.

The problem appears to be with subsequent projects and snapshots. I've since sonar'd two other projects, and re-sonar'd the original project. The problem is that it's only the first snapshot of my original project that appears on the web interface.

Here's the contents of my snapshots table:
ID,CREATED_AT,VERSION,PROJECT_ID,SNAPSHOT_GROUP_ID,PROCESSED
10000,11/01/2008 14:13:30,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10000,1
10001,11/01/2008 14:14:22,1.2-SNAPSHOT ,10001,10001,0
10002,11/01/2008 14:20:34,1.4-SNAPSHOT,10002,10002,0
10020,11/01/2008 14:53:42,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10020,0

I even left the sonar web service running overnight last night to see if the database task to process the other snapshots would run, but with no luck.

What schedule does the snapshot processor run on, so when should I expect my other projects to appear on the web interface? I've had a poke through Sonar's source but can't find where these database tasks are scheduled.

Many thanks,

Martin Gladdish,
Head of Development,
BioMed Central.
<a href="http://www.biomedcentral.com" target="_blank" onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"> http://www.biomedcentral.com




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Simon
Administrator
Could you activate INFO logs at the end of conf/logback.xml :

<root>
    <level value="INFO"/>
    <appender-ref ref="SONAR_FILE"/>
  </root>

, restart the server, wait a little and send us logs/ ?

Thanks


On Jan 11, 2008 5:29 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
These are all single module projects, but I'll be adding a couple of multi-module projects later on.


On 11/01/2008, Simon Brandhof <[hidden email]> wrote:
And do you have single or multi-modules projects ?


On Jan 11, 2008 4:49 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks for getting back so quickly....

Yes, I guessed it would be as simple as that. Stopping and starting the Sonar service hasn't kicked off the processor, either.
Here's my snapshot_group data:
ID,ISLAST,PROCESSED,CREATED_AT,PROJECT_ID,PURGED
10000,1,1,11/01/2008 14:13:30,10000,0
10001,0,0,11/01/2008 14:14:22,10001,0
10002,0,0,11/01/2008 14:20:34,10002,0
10020,0,0,11/01/2008 14:53:42,10000,0

We're running Oracle 10.2.0.3.

Martin.


On 11/01/2008, Simon Brandhof <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

The batch that consolidates data is executed as soon as the maven plugin is finished. It's also executed when the server starts. So you should see your projects...
Could you send us the content of the SNAPSHOT_GROUP table please ? Which Oracle version do you use ?

Thanks,
Simon


On Jan 11, 2008 4:31 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I've got around 20 or so projects that I'd like to keep track of in Sonar and have just installed version 1.0.2, talking to an Oracle DB. After getting Sonar to create its database tables, etc., importing my first project snapshot works fine.

The problem appears to be with subsequent projects and snapshots. I've since sonar'd two other projects, and re-sonar'd the original project. The problem is that it's only the first snapshot of my original project that appears on the web interface.

Here's the contents of my snapshots table:
ID,CREATED_AT,VERSION,PROJECT_ID,SNAPSHOT_GROUP_ID,PROCESSED
10000,11/01/2008 14:13:30,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10000,1
10001,11/01/2008 14:14:22,1.2-SNAPSHOT ,10001,10001,0
10002,11/01/2008 14:20:34,1.4-SNAPSHOT,10002,10002,0
10020,11/01/2008 14:53:42,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10020,0

I even left the sonar web service running overnight last night to see if the database task to process the other snapshots would run, but with no luck.

What schedule does the snapshot processor run on, so when should I expect my other projects to appear on the web interface? I've had a poke through Sonar's source but can't find where these database tasks are scheduled.

Many thanks,

Martin Gladdish,
Head of Development,
BioMed Central.
http://www.biomedcentral.com





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Martin Gladdish
When I collate stats for the same projects with Sonar running locally on my machine with a local derby DB, everything works as expected. The problematic Oracle-backed setup has both the DB and the web service on two, different, remote machines to the maven client.

Well, the logs looks they hold the key - the very last line complains that it's unable to create the avg metric for my rss project. Attached is both the log file at INFO level, and also the maven ouput that I get when running sonar for the rss project. It's been about 15 mins since anything was written to the log, so I guess that's all we're going to get.
I didn't get too worried about the "File measure without file" warnings from Maven, as I also got these for the first project that did get processed.

Martin.

On 11/01/2008, Simon Brandhof <[hidden email]> wrote:
Could you activate INFO logs at the end of conf/logback.xml :

<root>
    <level value="INFO"/>
    <appender-ref ref="SONAR_FILE"/>
  </root>

, restart the server, wait a little and send us logs/ ?

Thanks



On Jan 11, 2008 5:29 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
These are all single module projects, but I'll be adding a couple of multi-module projects later on.


On 11/01/2008, Simon Brandhof <[hidden email]> wrote:
And do you have single or multi-modules projects ?


On Jan 11, 2008 4:49 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thanks for getting back so quickly....

Yes, I guessed it would be as simple as that. Stopping and starting the Sonar service hasn't kicked off the processor, either.
Here's my snapshot_group data:
ID,ISLAST,PROCESSED,CREATED_AT,PROJECT_ID,PURGED
10000,1,1,11/01/2008 14:13:30,10000,0
10001,0,0,11/01/2008 14:14:22,10001,0
10002,0,0,11/01/2008 14:20:34,10002,0
10020,0,0,11/01/2008 14:53:42,10000,0

We're running Oracle <a href="http://10.2.0.3" target="_blank" onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"> 10.2.0.3.

Martin.


On 11/01/2008, Simon Brandhof <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

The batch that consolidates data is executed as soon as the maven plugin is finished. It's also executed when the server starts. So you should see your projects...
Could you send us the content of the SNAPSHOT_GROUP table please ? Which Oracle version do you use ?

Thanks,
Simon


On Jan 11, 2008 4:31 PM, Martin Gladdish <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I've got around 20 or so projects that I'd like to keep track of in Sonar and have just installed version 1.0.2, talking to an Oracle DB. After getting Sonar to create its database tables, etc., importing my first project snapshot works fine.

The problem appears to be with subsequent projects and snapshots. I've since sonar'd two other projects, and re-sonar'd the original project. The problem is that it's only the first snapshot of my original project that appears on the web interface.

Here's the contents of my snapshots table:
ID,CREATED_AT,VERSION,PROJECT_ID,SNAPSHOT_GROUP_ID,PROCESSED
10000,11/01/2008 14:13:30,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10000,1
10001,11/01/2008 14:14:22,1.2-SNAPSHOT ,10001,10001,0
10002,11/01/2008 14:20:34,1.4-SNAPSHOT,10002,10002,0
10020,11/01/2008 14:53:42,1.0-alpha-8-SNAPSHOT,10000,10020,0

I even left the sonar web service running overnight last night to see if the database task to process the other snapshots would run, but with no luck.

What schedule does the snapshot processor run on, so when should I expect my other projects to appear on the web interface? I've had a poke through Sonar's source but can't find where these database tasks are scheduled.

Many thanks,

Martin Gladdish,
Head of Development,
BioMed Central.
<a href="http://www.biomedcentral.com" target="_blank" onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"> http://www.biomedcentral.com







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Re: Process schedule question

Marcin Zajączkowski
On 2008-01-11 18:35, Martin Gladdish wrote:

> When I collate stats for the same projects with Sonar running locally on my
> machine with a local derby DB, everything works as expected. The problematic
> Oracle-backed setup has both the DB and the web service on two, different,
> remote machines to the maven client.
>
> Well, the logs looks they hold the key - the very last line complains that
> it's unable to create the avg metric for my rss project. Attached is both
> the log file at INFO level, and also the maven ouput that I get when running
> sonar for the rss project. It's been about 15 mins since anything was
> written to the log, so I guess that's all we're going to get.
> I didn't get too worried about the "File measure without file" warnings from
> Maven, as I also got these for the first project that did get processed.

Hello guys,

That looks similar to my problem. With a significant help from Simon I
was able to determine that processing hangs due to locks on a database.
I thought it's because of using Oracle 9i, but you mentioned that you
use 10g version.
Could you check if you have lock(s) on a database when Sonar stops using
lot of processor after initial pick?
If yes you could provide some details (to ensure we have the same locks).

Regards
Marcin


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Martin Gladdish
Marcin,

Good shout - Sonar's been running (without anyone touching it) over the weekend and it's still holding locks on the DB.
I ran the following query:
select *
from
  v$locked_object a,dba_objects b
where
  a.object_id = b.object_id
  and oracle_username = 'SONAR'

And see these locks:
XIDUSN,XIDSLOT,XIDSQN,OBJECT_ID,SESSION_ID,ORACLE_USERNAME,OS_USER_NAME,PROCESS,LOCKED_MODE,OWNER,OBJECT_NAME,SUBOBJECT_NAME,OBJECT_ID_1,DATA_OBJECT_ID,OBJECT_TYPE,CREATED,LAST_DDL_TIME,TIMESTAMP,STATUS,TEMPORARY,GENERATED,SECONDARY
4,20,926012,314517,48,SONAR,,1234,3,SONAR,SNAPSHOTS,,314517,314517,TABLE,11/01/2008 14:11:35,11/01/2008 14:11:59,2008-01-11:14:11:59,VALID,N,N,N
4,20,926012,314523,48,SONAR,,1234,3,SONAR,PROJECT_MEASURES,,314523,314523,TABLE,11/01/2008 14:11:35,11/01/2008 14:12:00,2008-01-11:14:12:00,VALID,N,N,N
4,20,926012,314527,48,SONAR,,1234,3,SONAR,FILE_MEASURES,,314527,314527,TABLE,11/01/2008 14:11:35,11/01/2008 14:11:37,2008-01-11:14:11:35,VALID,N,N,N
4,20,926012,314545,48,SONAR,,1234,3,SONAR,FILE_SOURCES,,314545,314545,TABLE,11/01/2008 14:11:36,11/01/2008 14:11:37,2008-01-11:14:11:36,VALID,N,N,N



Martin.

On 12/01/2008, Marcin Zajączkowski <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 2008-01-11 18:35, Martin Gladdish wrote:

> When I collate stats for the same projects with Sonar running locally on my
> machine with a local derby DB, everything works as expected. The problematic
> Oracle-backed setup has both the DB and the web service on two, different,
> remote machines to the maven client.
>
> Well, the logs looks they hold the key - the very last line complains that
> it's unable to create the avg metric for my rss project. Attached is both
> the log file at INFO level, and also the maven ouput that I get when running
> sonar for the rss project. It's been about 15 mins since anything was
> written to the log, so I guess that's all we're going to get.
> I didn't get too worried about the "File measure without file" warnings from
> Maven, as I also got these for the first project that did get processed.

Hello guys,

That looks similar to my problem. With a significant help from Simon I
was able to determine that processing hangs due to locks on a database.
I thought it's because of using Oracle 9i, but you mentioned that you
use 10g version.
Could you check if you have lock(s) on a database when Sonar stops using
lot of processor after initial pick?
If yes you could provide some details (to ensure we have the same locks).

Regards
Marcin


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Re: Process schedule question

Simon
Administrator
Thank you for this feedback. The ticket is created at http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/SONAR-139

Simon

2008/1/14 Martin Gladdish < [hidden email]>:
Marcin,

Good shout - Sonar's been running (without anyone touching it) over the weekend and it's still holding locks on the DB.
I ran the following query:
select *
from
  v$locked_object a,dba_objects b
where
  a.object_id = b.object_id
  and oracle_username = 'SONAR'

And see these locks:
XIDUSN,XIDSLOT,XIDSQN,OBJECT_ID,SESSION_ID,ORACLE_USERNAME,OS_USER_NAME,PROCESS,LOCKED_MODE,OWNER,OBJECT_NAME,SUBOBJECT_NAME,OBJECT_ID_1,DATA_OBJECT_ID,OBJECT_TYPE,CREATED,LAST_DDL_TIME,TIMESTAMP,STATUS,TEMPORARY,GENERATED,SECONDARY
4,20,926012,314517,48,SONAR,,1234,3,SONAR,SNAPSHOTS,,314517,314517,TABLE,11/01/2008 14:11:35,11/01/2008 14:11:59,2008-01-11:14:11:59,VALID,N,N,N
4,20,926012,314523,48,SONAR,,1234,3,SONAR,PROJECT_MEASURES,,314523,314523,TABLE,11/01/2008 14:11:35,11/01/2008 14:12:00,2008-01-11:14:12:00,VALID,N,N,N
4,20,926012,314527,48,SONAR,,1234,3,SONAR,FILE_MEASURES,,314527,314527,TABLE,11/01/2008 14:11:35,11/01/2008 14:11:37,2008-01-11:14:11:35,VALID,N,N,N
4,20,926012,314545,48,SONAR,,1234,3,SONAR,FILE_SOURCES,,314545,314545,TABLE,11/01/2008 14:11:36,11/01/2008 14:11:37,2008-01-11:14:11:36,VALID,N,N,N



Martin.


On 12/01/2008, Marcin Zajączkowski <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 2008-01-11 18:35, Martin Gladdish wrote:

> When I collate stats for the same projects with Sonar running locally on my
> machine with a local derby DB, everything works as expected. The problematic
> Oracle-backed setup has both the DB and the web service on two, different,
> remote machines to the maven client.
>
> Well, the logs looks they hold the key - the very last line complains that
> it's unable to create the avg metric for my rss project. Attached is both
> the log file at INFO level, and also the maven ouput that I get when running
> sonar for the rss project. It's been about 15 mins since anything was
> written to the log, so I guess that's all we're going to get.
> I didn't get too worried about the "File measure without file" warnings from
> Maven, as I also got these for the first project that did get processed.

Hello guys,

That looks similar to my problem. With a significant help from Simon I
was able to determine that processing hangs due to locks on a database.
I thought it's because of using Oracle 9i, but you mentioned that you
use 10g version.
Could you check if you have lock(s) on a database when Sonar stops using
lot of processor after initial pick?
If yes you could provide some details (to ensure we have the same locks).

Regards
Marcin


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