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RE: Very slow Cygwin startup on Windows 7

Hi Corinna,
>>>>>Can you please try this test version without cygserver, and with
>>>>>the passwd and group settings in /etc/nsswitch.conf set to
>>>>>  passwd: db
>>>>>  group: db
>>>>> It would be very interesting to know if this improves the situation for you.
>>>> Just did it for 1.7.35-0.2 - I haven't seen 0.3 turn up at a mirror site yet.
>>>It's only just uploaded so it might take another while, depending
>>>on your mirrors.  According to Roger's results in
>>> and
>>>, the real problem
>>>hadn't been fixed in the 0.2 test release, so you might give 0.3
>>>another chance.
>> BTW - I did try ADInsight, but it didn't show me anything (maybe because this is a 64 bit windows?)
>> Anyway, I ran it with 0.3 and nsswitch = db and the result is???
>> 1.68-1.72 seconds
>Hmm.  No offense, but are you sure you ran this with 0.3?

I knew you'd doubt me :-)
CYGWIN_NT-6.1 DEHAGART-WS02 1.7.35(0.286/5/3) 2015-02-18 11:32 x86_64 Cygwin

>> With nsswitch = files db it was 1.43-1.45 seconds.
>> With nsswitch = files it was 0.13-0.14 seconds
>> (It seems basically the same as 0.2)

>It would be pretty helpful to get an idea what's so slow in your case.
>Either you get ADInsight working, or...  is it ok if I send you a link
>to a debug-augmented DLL via PM?


> Sysinternals "ADInsight" is a 32bit only tool and, in order to work on
> a 64bit Windows you seem to have to manually inject the DLL
> ADInsightDll.dll (which is extracted into %TEMP%) into the target
> (32-bit!) process.

So, it seems ADInsight seems a non-starter - for my skill level anyway.

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