Subject: RE: running slow
To: Mark Randelhoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Tom Javen <tomja@InnoTrac.fi>
Date: 10/05/1999 13:08:37
On Tue, 5 Oct 1999, Mark Randelhoff wrote:
> > I recently installed NetBSD/mac-68k on one of my old
> > machines, and I'm
> > experiencing some wierd problems. Locally, telnetting into
> > the machine is
> > real responsive. But, when I telnet into or off of the server from
> > outside, it is really slow. top and sysstat both say that the
> > processor is
> > like 95-98% idle, so I'm stumped as to what the problem is. (I'm also
> > running ipf and ipnat, if that helps any)
> I have found the same thing on 1.4.1 NetBSD/i386.
> Running emacs-20.3. Again top indicates that the system is 100% idle;
> vi starts immediatly; I can log onto another console without a problem but
> emacs loads
> (I can hear the drive working) and then just sits and looks at me. Takes
> maybe 5 minutes
> and then runs per normal. If I load another emacs in another tcsh, same
> thing. I have
> removed,remade and reinstalled emacs and no difference.
> It is not only emacs, our own app does the same thing....
> I am also clueless...
I had the same problem at home with a misconfigured nameserver.
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