On 10/29/2012 01:10 AM, Michael Haggerty wrote:
How do you use GIT_CEILING_DIRECTORIES that the proposed changes cause a
Sorry to bring up this old thread again, but I just realized why my
computer has been acting so slow when I’m not connected to the network.
I put various network filesystem paths in $GIT_CEILING_DIRECTORIES,
such as /afs/athena.mit.edu/user/a/n/andersk (to avoid hitting its
parents /afs/athena.mit.edu, /afs/athena.mit.edu/user/a, and
/afs/athena.mit.edu/user/a/n which all live in different AFS volumes).
Now when I’m not connected to the network, every invocation of Git,
including the __git_ps1 in my shell prompt, waits for AFS to timeout.
Obviously I’m going to stop using $GIT_CEILING_DIRECTORIES now that I
know what the problem is, but I figured you might want to know why this
feature is now useless for me.
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