Very slow performance on faster machine
lex at cc.gatech.edu
Sat Jun 30 16:06:36 UTC 2001
John Hinsley <jhinsley at telinco.co.uk> wrote:
> The defrag issue does seem a bit wierd. But I wonder if a delete, defrag
> and re-install would help? Or you might like to try stopping the
> management server. I'm not sure what Oracle does on/to NT, but I know it
> wants to play about with the kernel (and grab a huge amount of RAM) on
> Linux. -- Which (as well as my calculating that I'd never, ever be able
> to afford to run it commercially) is why I use MySQL. But that's another
The changes file would naturally get very fragmented, as every "do-it"
or method accept will add a record to the end of it.
Then again, the changes file is only used if you are browsing code. 2+2
print-it should still be fast. Opening menus and such should still be
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