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Re: all commands start up sloooooow......
- To: "cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com" <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- Subject: Re: all commands start up sloooooow......
- From: Bill Karh <Bill dot Karh at Software dot COM>
- Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2000 02:24:20 -0500
- CC: "Frank Merenda" <FMerenda at vetexchange dot com>
- References: <82E0F488CB97D31188CD009027B117C149B20B@pdc-ehy-atl.ehatchery.net>
I think I have the same post cygwin1.1.2 upgrade problem.
I've noticed that the traffic LEDs on the hub I use flicker when
cygwin starts to slow down. Is it possible that cygwin is trying to
perform some kind of windows networking? Heavens, could windows be
looking for a domain controller? I think the next command is quick
because windows may cache the result of the domain controller lookup
for a little while.
I've tried to look for mounts or environment variables containing
'\\'. The only one found was an env var named LOGONSERVER, and I
don't think UNIX would use that...
CYGWIN_NT-4.0 KARH 1.1.2(0.21/3/2) 2000-06-06 22:20 i686 unknown
fm> -----Original Message-----
fm> To: cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com
fm> Subject: all commands start up sloooooow......
fm> From: Frank Merenda <FMerenda at vetexchange dot com>
fm> Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 18:50:38 -0400
fm> there's loads more here, and I can't wait to use it all. but EVERY
fm> tool that I start up starts extremely slowly. There's delays in
fm> every command. I also notived that when I do a "ls" on a directory
fm> with a lot of files there's a large delay, but the second time I
fm> do a "ls" the files list quickly.
fm> Thanks, Frank Merenda | Senior Software Engineer VetExchange |
fm> http://www.VetExchange.com fmerenda@VetExchange.com
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