On Thursday, August 29, 2013 6:52:38 PM UTC+2, dexter ietf wrote:
> this is my git repo size, why does git log takes such huge time and how do
> i improve the time.
> real 0m35.603s
> user 0m08.093s
> sys 0m22.900s
> $ du -h .git
> 27K .git/hooks
> 437K .git/info
> 3.0K .git/logs/refs/heads
> 2.0K .git/logs/refs/remotes/origin
> 2.0K .git/logs/refs/remotes
> 5.0K .git/logs/refs
> 9.0K .git/logs
> 1.0K .git/objects/info
> 1.4G .git/objects/pack
> 1.4G .git/objects
> 0 .git/refs/heads
> 1.0K .git/refs/remotes/origin
> 1.0K .git/refs/remotes
> 0 .git/refs/tags
> 1.0K .git/refs
> 1.4G .git
Please tell us which version of Git you have and which operating system you
are on (it looks *nix'ish, but it could be cygwin, I guess).
What kind of partition/filesystem is the repository checked out on? Is it
encrypted? Is it a remote/mounted drive?
What command are you doing exactly and how do you time it? Usually git log
will page the first results into your view, so it starts immediately. Are
you measuring the time it takes to output the entire log (like git log
--no-pager, if so, why)?
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