On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 8:28 AM, Teddy <formal3rdpa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> Has anyone got ideas to boost the git performance on windows?
>
> I am testing git on windows 2012 64 bit server (testing environment) with
> latest git 1.8.3.
> Intel Xeon @2.5 GHz 12 cores (24 threads) with 32 GB RAM.
>
> Here are the tweaks i've done so far :
> - uninstall non critical software
> - disable firewall
> - not using any antivirus
> - disable non critical windows services
> - set windows performance options ==> "adjust for best performance"
> - use git portable
> - disabled the UAC
>
>
> Compared to the git performance on linux, the git on windows are wayyyy
> slower.
> Example on linux : 1 min, on windows : 13 mins
>
> Anyone can suggest other improvements?

I've noticed that sometimes file accesses on Windows can be remarkably
slow on machines connected to an AD domain.  I'm not experienced
enough to know *why*, but if the machines you are using are in a
domain it might worth a shot to just pull them out temporarily.  If it
makes a significant difference you'll have to dig more into the system
settings to find out why that is.

/M

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