Archiving old transations
christopher.lck at gmail.com
Tue Jun 25 09:56:32 EDT 2013
I'm watching this thread with interest, and initially thought, "what's
wrong with pickling the entire namespace when saving and loading"...
I then came to think that maybe in the future, instead of loading/saving
gnucash data, we will load/save the entire gnucash VM faster than we can
load gnome DLLs.
On 21 Jun 2013 21:25, "Liz" <edodd at billiau.net> wrote:
> On Fri, 21 Jun 2013 13:34:01 +0100
> Colin Law <clanlaw at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > > It appears that if I had not already archived many years of
> > > transactions because of the start-up speed issue, it would take ~10
> > > seconds to load the user data every time I started the app. And
> > > that's just loading the user data -- it's around another eight
> > > seconds to load all the reports and do the other non-data
> > > initialization.
> > I will leave it for others to comment on whether they consider 10
> > seconds to load the data is excessive.
> I've just checked and my largest file takes 11 sec to first start, and
> 6 sec to start if swapping from another file.
> No reports open - they are all saved as custom reports and only
> calculated when I need them.
> My life is not so stressed or time so precious that I can't wait 10
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