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Re: Zsh startup really slow after upgrade to fedora 15

We solved this on irc, it turned out to be that group lookup thing in
compaudit you fixed/worked around the other week. I asked him to send
a followup mail but i guess he didn't get around to it yet.

On 5 September 2011 22:28, Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sep 5,  2:26pm, Renato Botelho wrote:
> }
> } After I upgrade my fedora 14 to 15, it became incredibly slow to open
> } a new terminal [...]
> }
> } Is there anything i can do to make it startup faster? Am I missing
> } something obvious?
> Nothing jumps out.  Does it take a long time only when opening a
> terminal, or does it also take a long time if you just run "zsh" (or
> also try "zsh -l") from the command line of an existing terminal?
> If it's slow in one of those circumstances, run again with the -x
> option and look for delays.
> Fedora does appear to have upgraded from 4.3.10 to 4.3.11 with F15.
> I wouldn't have expected that by itself to make a difference but it
> is possible that the shell startup is now loading more or different
> /etc/profile.d stuff.
> You might try some of the startup-time suggestions made recently on
> this list, such as "unsetopt hashcmds hashdirs" in your ~/.zshenv to
> put off scanning everything in your $path.

Mikael Magnusson

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