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Re: 'bash --login -i' takes 9 secs !
On Tue, 27 Jan 2004, pd wrote:
> Tuesday, January 27, 2004, 8:42:47 PM, you wrote:
> IP> Ugh, I caught the typo on my command line, but forgot to change the
> IP> message. Make that "bash --login -i -x -c true". Sorry.
> IP> Igor
> yes, I noticed two strange things:
> time hostname
> time uname -s
> are giving me circa 3.54 secs each!
> but now what?
Now you 'strace' both calls to see where the time goes (each gives about
300 lines of strace and, FWIW, each takes <.2s on my Win2k machine).
> >> The cygcheck output looks ok, but please, don't include it inline in the
> >> future. It produces false positive hits on archive searches. The
> >> preferred method of sending cygcheck output is as an uncompressed text
> >> attachment.
> sorry for that. it'll never happen again...
No worries, just trying to get people aware of this issue...
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