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Re: zsh slow and hogs cpu when using */*/*.ext on large file tree
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- From: Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: zsh slow and hogs cpu when using */*/*.ext on large file tree
- Date: Sat, 12 Dec 2015 09:42:06 -0800
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On Dec 12, 5:43pm, Piotr Karbowski wrote:
} Actually it does not seems that 5.1.1 is much slower than 5.2. My report
} was wrong as the grep did not showed up for 20s as with first X files it
} wasn't finding anyting, here I've tested with ls.
To get an accurate reading of the time spent by the shell itself, you
should compare a command that generates the list of files and then
throws it away; e.g.
time zsh -fc '/bin/true */*/*.ebuild'
There's really no way to get timings of the glob without also adding
the shell startup time, so this may be a little off (hence -f to try
to skip as much startup as possible).
To make the zsh time output look like bash's,
There are a whole lot of other possible values you can put in TIMEFMT in
zsh to get more details about where it might be taking extra.
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