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Fri Jan 2 22:48:17 CET 2009
Yes. I was doing it for the SD card primarily. I have a really slow SD
card (unmarked class, crappy generic thing, probably class 1-2, the
read times where in the 200-300 kilobytes per second range) where
python processes would take about 40 seconds to launch after clearing
the cache. This reduced it to about 5 (it would heavily fluctuate
depending on CPU load).
For a faster SD card, class 5, reads are in the 800-900 Kbps range,
it lowered it from 20 seconds to about 2.
On Fri, Jan 2, 2009 at 8:34 AM, morphis <morphis at gravedo.de> wrote:
> On 02.01.2009 15:03, Sargun Dhillon wrote:
>> I'm sending through a little utility I added to FSO for speeding up
>> python launching. It's currently very rough. If you guys find it
>> interesting I'll write up the appropriate documentation and examples.
>> There are two different things in the attachment:
>> A) etc/dbus-1/system.d/frameworkd.conf -- the new dbus configuration
>> file to open up the odaemond the public.
>> B) Odaemond (the directory) that you could dump into framework/subsystems
>> If the patch gets accepted, I'll do a few things
>> 1) Document the module
>> 2) Write example code
>> 3) Change the name, I promise. ;-)
> It looks very interesting. You have done some measurement about startup
> times for some applications?
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