On Monday, July 2, 2012 6:40:02 AM UTC+2, jack sparrow wrote:
> i tried with git version, the issue still remains, 
>  this is a build repo from my organisation, 
> unfortunately i can't replicate the build 
> with that many files. GIT_TRACE is not helping 
> either, it just throws the following line. 
>      trace: built-in: git 'status' 
> are there any verbose debugs that i can enable during 
> compliation ? 

Not that I know about. You have to take the problem to the Git development 
mailing list g...@vger.kernel.org described on http://git-scm.com/community 

I do know that on encrypted disks, Git's performance can suffer. Also if 
you have a disk that has anything less than 5400 RPMs, or if you use some 
sort of exotic filesystem that Git isn't optimized for, Git will be slow.

You can see if the problems are caused by the long history in your project 
by initializing the source code in a fresh repo like this:

git clone old-repo new-repo
cd new-repo
rm -rf .git
git init
git add . 
git commit -m "Initial commit in a repo just to see if it makes a 
git status #benchmark

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