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Re: pkgsrc scanning performance benchmarks
On 12/2/2016 08:35, Martin Husemann wrote:
On Fri, Dec 02, 2016 at 07:29:27AM -0600, John Marino wrote:
This is reproducible. If you proposed a fix, you could measure exactly
the effect using the same machine with synth.
It is already measurable on a single invocation in wm/xfce4-wm:
it takes 4.2 seconds on my notebook and forks 2158 times.
This breaks down to 615 make, 1076 sh, 157 pkg_admin and 10 pkg_info
calls. The remaining invocations are a small number of
awk echo env file gcc grep id lex msgfmt perl pwd python2.7 sed
What command(s) does one use to get that information? It sounds like a
trick I need in my toolbox. :)
as an aside, I'm highly suspicious when I see PKG_INFO invoked just with
a scan. I have a feeling most uses can be challenged, but I haven't
even begun the scratch the surface on any of this.
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