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Re: "mutt -y" speed

On Fri, Apr 05, 2002 at 09:17:34AM +1000, Brian May wrote:
> At one stage, I thought it might be related to the speed of my LDAP
> server (the problem goes away if I remove it from nsswitch.conf),
> however, I can't see any evidence that the LDAP server
> (localhost) is slowing down.

Perhaps it is just a dcache problem. Perhaps you can see anything in
/proc/slabinfo or you could try to run find first? Could be that memory is
filled up and therefore the cache for the directory entries does not grow as
needed. Are you sure switching off ldap helps in all cases? do you run nscd?

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