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RE: cygwin too slow
On Wed, 12 Nov 2003, koorapati, koundinya wrote:
> I restricted my path to just /usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin , but
> still there's been no change in slowness that I see with every command. Here
> we are given a customized Windows O.S for the company I work, by Dell
> (Windows 2000 Pro). This is really mysterious. In strace I'm not able to see
> which system call is eating up so much time as when I start a program say
> 'ls' with strace, I see nothing and only as ls begins to run after getting
> loaded, strace throws it's output. I guess strace is also taking it's own
> time to run ?. I'm also not sure what tools on windows could be used for
> troubleshooting as this is my first close encounter with MS Windows :)
There is *lots* of info about these kinds of problems if you just look.
Does /usr/bin/ls.exe run slow?
And, this *still* applies:
Senior Realtime Software Engineer
VITAL - Visual Simulation Systems
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