On Monday, 19 Sep 2016 at 12:58, Michael Welle wrote:
> the output of your profiler run doesn't ring a bell, but a few years ago
> I had the problem that after some uptime (my Emacs uptime is typical
> several days, up to a few weeks) Org operations like building the agenda
> became sloooow. Restarting Emacs fixed that, until the problem occurred
> again after some time.
Interesting. The performance I was referring to last week was indeed in
an emacs that had been running for quite some time. I did close down
that emacs instance on Friday for unrelated reasons and the instance
this morning had only been running for minutes. Maybe the problem is
not org alone but relates to emacs as well.
> If I remember correctly I asked the list for advise. But it looked like
> one of these problems only I have ;). Maybe some other lisp package had
> its hands in the game, I don't know. Eventually, after some Emacs, Org
> and other updates the problem was gone.
Well, maybe it's a problem that others do have!
> As I said, I don't think, you suffer from the same problem. But you said
> you don't use the newest software versions, so just in case.
To clarify, when I said I wasn't using the latest version of org, it's
that I hadn't updated from git in a few weeks but I am using a snapshot
of emacs tracking the development version (and now I have org up to date).
: Eric S Fraga (0xFFFCF67D), Emacs 220.127.116.11, Org release_8.3.6-1149-g582233