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Re: yum 3.2.23 more than 10x slower than 3.2.21?!



Seth Vidal wrote:
> 
> 
> On Fri, 26 Jun 2009, Roberto Ragusa wrote:
> 
>> Seth Vidal wrote:
>>>
>>> and if you can make this happen every time with 3.2.23 if you could
>>> please run:
>>>
>>> time yum -d 3 list updates | grep 'time:'
>>
>> You were not talking to me, but I tried and
>> look at this: (added -C to avoid net access)
>>
>> # time yum -C -d 3 list updates --disablerepo=atrpms\* | grep 'time:'
>> Config time: 0.271
>> repo time: 0.001
>> pkgsack time: 86.684
> 
> and you're POSITIVE nothing is being downloaded here? Nothing at all?
> 
> Run it again, please and capture all the output and post it to a pastebin.
> 

Consider that there is a -C, that is repeatable, and that the CPU is at 100%:
it is not waiting, it is computing ("user" time result).

Just repeated the test.
No disk activity.
No net activity. (in any case I'm on a connection where remote downloads sometimes reach 100Mbit/s).

# time yum -d 3 --disablerepo=\* --enablerepo=ROB10\*             --enablerepo=updates  list updates | grep 'time:'
Config time: 0.199
repo time: 0.001
pkgsack time: 57.204
rpmdb time: 0.003
up:Obs Init time: 0.132
up:simple updates time: 0.152
up:obs time: 0.009
up:condense time: 0.000
updates time: 1.005

real    0m59.227s
user    0m57.726s
sys     0m0.498s



-- 
   Roberto Ragusa    mail at robertoragusa.it


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