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Re: performance issue with sshd and cygrunsrv
- From: Stephen David <steve at davidnj dot net>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 17:59:07 -0500
- Subject: Re: performance issue with sshd and cygrunsrv
Thanks for your response.
>>With regard to this performance problem, I've discovered that this
>>is not just an sshd problem -- scripts/commands I run through cron
>>also exhibit the same behavior. (ie. find, curl, date, etc). Is
>>there something about the user context under which these services
>>run that could be causing this? Or does this point to cygrunsrv?
>What does your PATH environment variable look like? Make sure it
>doesn't contain any network paths. As soon as I removed them, I got
>much better performance with ssh (I haven't used cron with Cygwin).
Unfortunately, that doesn't seem to be it. There are no network paths in either:
a) the user whom I am connect via ssh as
b) the environment in which the ssh / cron services run (ie. cron_server, sshd_server)
I'm thinking its something about the user and/or context under which those services
run. Should it matter if those services are running as domain users? Any other ideas?
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