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Re: Bash / cygwin process spawning (?) performance very slow
- From: litter at null dot net
- To: litter at null dot net, cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2015 11:57:47 +0200
- Subject: Re: Bash / cygwin process spawning (?) performance very slow
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> On 23/09/2015 17:17, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>>> for a file of 167 lines. Process Explorer showed a CPU load of 20% on bash.exe, which was almost completely Kernel time.
>>>> Is such high Kernel load normal?
>>> may be. forks are time consuming and your command is spending all the
>>> time in fork
>> So why is it spending all its time in fork? That is the question.
That doesn't answer my question on Kernel load. Why is it fast on your machine, and slow on mine?
How can I find the culprit?
>>> In addition, I suspect your Antivirus is further slowing down the things.
>> I don't run an Antivirus program
> than some thing else is crashing your performance
Obviously something is. The FAQ entry does not mention performance, but real failures.
How to further diagnose this?
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