On Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at 13:48:11, Martin Schlander wrote:
tirsdag 23 maj 2006 12:33 skrev Pascal Bleser:
can't you beleive most users have _not_ the
problem you have?
Can't *you* believe *many* users do have that problem ?
Again, come hang around on IRC and witness the havoc.
I experience the same thing as Frank
Ok to summarize:
There are two problems with packagemanagement in 10.1
* zmd meta data parsing is not fast enough for realworld requirements
With a typical SUSE Linux user inst-source setup parsing the metadata
takes up to 10 minutes. This is with variations depending on download
speed and the amount of installation sources. This also manifests in
suse_register (which is using zmd) and general i/o during normal
operation when zmd wakes up and starts parsing.
* inst-source syncing between yast inst_source and zmd is not robust
Usually this problem pops up when users start to try to work-around
problems with zmd (like removing services with rug, reinstalling zdm
Everything else is working pretty flawlesly. Can we agree on that?
This is bad but not unfixable.
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