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Re: slow yum depsolve



seth vidal wrote:
> On Sat, 2010-08-28 at 22:18 -0700, Curtis Doty wrote:
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>> Attempting to kickstart from the latest yum f13 everthing+updates repositories on an i7 system with a gazillion cores. But anaconda takes almost 5 minutes depsolving in the postselection step, even though a small set of packages are selected. It appears to be pegging only one cpu/core while the others all sit idle.
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>> Are there any plans/ways to speed this up?
>>
>> All the other steps just keep getting faster and faster. Especially when doing minimal install over gigabit. But the yum depsolve step seems to be getting slower.
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>
> Did your system have lots and lots of disks or partitions?
>   

Only 2 relatively small disks.

The entire system build takes under 9 minutes. About 2 minutes is spend
actually installing packages, but over 4 minutes is depsolving. Maybe
this is a quirk with my setup? But when I ran top in a shell it seemed
to be pegging one cpu thread while everything else was idle.

../C


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