SOLVED: Java CLOCK problem.

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SOLVED: Java CLOCK problem.

Postby rvooyen » 04.04.2013, 20:36

Hi,

I have tried to use the RocJ application, because it has a nice big clock that can be shown on an overview screen = projector even.

However if the Rocrail divider is greater than 3, then the Java clock causes the time to jump around and is not reliable.

It would be nice to have the big clock running for operations, and dividers for model operations would usually be 4-6 times normal speed.

The Java clock cannot handle this at present, - at least on the computers I have tried it on. Java is running on the same computer as the rocrail server and client.

Is this a bug or are there other issues?

Regards,

Robert
Last edited by rvooyen on 05.04.2013, 20:51, edited 1 time in total.
Robert van Ooijen.
Building Rhineland2. 3 levels. CS=IB1-Loconet+HSI-s88, 70 blocks, 160 sensors, 4 boosters. M&K 3rail.
Goal: Scheduled Pass. trains, "OPS" with car cards etc.. Using andRoc and Rocweb/xs throttles.
Rocrail on WinXP.
rvooyen
 

Postby rjversluis » 05.04.2013, 06:43

Hi Robert,

running with a divider of 6 looks good on my laptop.
Maybe you should use a newer JVM and or a faster processor.
Best Regards, Rob.
[ macOS - Linux] - [ N: CBus - CAN-GCA ] - [ 0: RocNetNode - GCA-Pi ]
rjversluis
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java clock

Postby rvooyen » 05.04.2013, 08:27

Oke Rob, I will try a newer jvm.

But how big is your plan though, this could be extra load.
I attach mine, see if it makes any difference?

Regards,

Robert
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Robert van Ooijen.
Building Rhineland2. 3 levels. CS=IB1-Loconet+HSI-s88, 70 blocks, 160 sensors, 4 boosters. M&K 3rail.
Goal: Scheduled Pass. trains, "OPS" with car cards etc.. Using andRoc and Rocweb/xs throttles.
Rocrail on WinXP.
rvooyen
 

Postby rjversluis » 05.04.2013, 08:40

Hi Robert,

the server does not do its job well; I must make a correction for this.
Best Regards, Rob.
[ macOS - Linux] - [ N: CBus - CAN-GCA ] - [ 0: RocNetNode - GCA-Pi ]
rjversluis
Site Admin
 

Postby rjversluis » 05.04.2013, 11:29

Hi Robert,

should be fixed in revision 4955; It was not a bug in RocJ.
Best Regards, Rob.
[ macOS - Linux] - [ N: CBus - CAN-GCA ] - [ 0: RocNetNode - GCA-Pi ]
rjversluis
Site Admin
 

Java Clock

Postby rvooyen » 05.04.2013, 20:51

Yep, it works. Nice!

Thanks,
R
Robert van Ooijen.
Building Rhineland2. 3 levels. CS=IB1-Loconet+HSI-s88, 70 blocks, 160 sensors, 4 boosters. M&K 3rail.
Goal: Scheduled Pass. trains, "OPS" with car cards etc.. Using andRoc and Rocweb/xs throttles.
Rocrail on WinXP.
rvooyen
 


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