Re: bind runs apt-cache during shutdown????
Mike Bird <email@example.com> writes:
> On Sat October 23 2010 18:20:11 Brian May wrote:
>> On the other hand, so what if it calls apt-cache policy - does that
>> matter? Maybe apt-cache policy is broken on Mike's system?
> It takes about fifteen seconds for apt-cache to run on a system
> that hasn't previously accessed those files. That's a significant
> fraction of the overall reboot time.
Much longer when the cached files need to be rebuild and again much
longer with multiple architectures. Rebuilding the caches for an
apt-cache policy run on kfreebsd-amd64 (with kfreebsd-i386, amd64 and
i386 archs added) takes forever.