2016-12-01 5:37 GMT+01:00 Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us>:

> Peter Eisentraut <peter.eisentr...@2ndquadrant.com> writes:
> > OK, I got it.  The component of concern is the DocBook XSL stylesheets,
> > called docbook-style-xsl on RH-like systems (docbook-xsl on Debian).  If
> > it runs too slow, it's probably too old.
> OK, I updated docbook-style-xsl to 1.79.1 from Fedora rawhide (building
> and installing that was quite painless btw, didn't need a pile of build
> dependencies like I'd feared it would take).  The extraneous commas are
> gone, and the speed is better but still not really up to DSSSL speed:
> 1m44s (vs 1m5s with old toolchain).  So there's some additional piece
> that needs fixing, but that's certainly the worst of it.

It does much more intensive work with IO - I have feeling like there are
intensive fsync.



>                         regards, tom lane
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