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Re: [yast-devel] Incredibly slow YCP files parsing (after 11.1 -> 11.3 upgrade)
  • From: Stanislav Visnovsky <visnov@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2010 09:42:00 +0200
  • Message-id: <201008190942.00840.visnov@xxxxxxx>
On streda 11 August 2010 11:08:53 Katarina Machalkova wrote:
OK, so obviously the more YCP files it has to parse, the longer it
takes to launch. Comparing y2-users (lots of YCP files) with
y2-inst_release_notes (relatively few YCP files), the former takes ~5
minutes to launch, while the latter needs only 5 seconds.

Soo - this can't be a secret YaST feature, can it? :) Am I doing
anything wrong? Did upgrade mess something up? If so, what? Has anyone
seen something like this before (in bugzilla etc.)?
If needed, I can make my laptop available if someone wants to play with
it Greetings

Please file me a bug, with y2logs, without strace, and I'll fix the
unbuffered reads to make stracing more useful.

For the record: I've installed yast2-core 2.19.3 with buffered read patch
from YaST:Head repository. It seems that buffering the reading of
#includes did the trick.Using y2-users as a benchmark again, the patch
reduces start-up time from 4.5 minutes to 12 seconds.

Now someone can come up with a conspiration theory, why it might have been
*that* bad with unbuffered reads (it felt like pkg management in 10.1

Related ticket:
Thanks to Martin for prompt fixing

Shouldn't it go out as maintenance update for 11.3?

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