Slow startup on FreeBSD 7.1 + main: binreloc relocation support was diabled at configuration time
donaldcallen at gmail.com
Fri Jan 23 19:43:44 EST 2009
On Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 1:56 PM, Derrick Hudson <dman at dman13.dyndns.org>wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 10:30:39PM -0500, Donald Allen wrote:
> | faster, per-processor, and does I/O significantly faster. I've got the
> | Gnucash file on both machines. Gnucash goes from nothing to ready-to-go
> | about 15 seconds on the X61. It takes about twice as long on the
> | workstation.
> I'd love to have it startup that quick!
> Gnucash always takes multiple minutes to start on my system. I've
> been using Gnucash since version 1.6 or 1.4, and this is not a new
> My system is Debian "testing" on a 1GHz Athlon with PC100 RAM (the
> motherboard doesn't handle PC133) and an ATA/100(?) disk. This should
> give some perspective on it. OOo and FireFox also take a long time to
I think you may be missing the point of my message and of this thread. The
same version of Gnucash loading the same file takes 1/2 the time to start on
a Gentoo system than it does on FreeBSD, where Gentoo is running on slower
hardware than FreeBSD. There is clearly something slowing Gnucash startup on
FreeBSD, as Antonio and Derek have discussed. Your history of slow Gnucash
startup with unknown file sizes on slow hardware sheds no light on that
issue, not to mention your problems with OO and Firefox.
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