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Re: [opensuse-factory] Bug 177758
  • From: Andreas Jaeger <aj@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 13:38:56 +0200
  • Message-id: <ho64jx55tb.fsf@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Frank-Michael Fischer <fmfischer@xxxxxxx> writes:

> The reason why I am assuming it's libzypp's fault is: when I filed the
> bug it was for the Zen component, then Nat Budin changed the component
> to libzypp and connected this bug with bug 176301. This bug I am not
> supposed to view. So it's fair to guess there is something rotten in
> the state of libzypp. And we should not participate, just sit and wait.

Why is everybody thinking there's something rotten going on if a bug
is closed?

The bug is "Bug 176301 - Overview bug for performance issues regarding
zypp, zlm, NCC" and starts with:
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We have identified some bugs which all have some influence to the performance
issues.

NONE of this is a blocker for itself, but alltogether results in the
performance we face now.

I opened this bug with severity blocker to keep track of all the issues.
If we could fix some/most of the related bugs, we could downgrade this one to
critical or even major.

Currently I am aware of #155591, #163186, #169719, #175880, #174887

If any one is aware of further bugs related to perfomarnce add the to the
dependency tree of this one.
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And the developers add any bugreport that they thing is performance
related. Nothing more. The initial report was against SLES10 which
is closed and therefore the bug is closed. But their's no conspiracy
or whatever.

> After playing around with this problem a bit it seems likely that
> running "rug sl" just once is the workaround for this bug.

Andreas
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