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bug#31099: 27.0.50; ultra long tramp entries in recentf file


From: Michael Albinus
Subject: bug#31099: 27.0.50; ultra long tramp entries in recentf file
Date: Mon, 09 Apr 2018 16:38:36 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Thomas Hisch <address@hidden> writes:

Hi Thomas,

> I have a recentf file containing only 171 lines but it's 56MB big! Due to
> its large size loading and closing emacs is slowed down.
>
> The large size is due to a few tramp entries like the following (each
> entry consumes approx 10MB):
>
>   #("/ssh:address@hidden:/file1" 1 4 (match-part 
> #("/ssh:address@hidden:/file2" 1 4
>    ....
>
> I guess that this is either a bug in recentf or in tramp.

I cannot reproduce it locally. Usually, I don't use recentf. For testing
I've enabled it via `M-x recentf-mode', closed Emacs, and started a new
Emacs session. Visiting the recentf file, it doesn't look suspicious.

Do you reproduce the problem with a similar setting, starting with
"emacs -Q"?

Could you send me your recentf file? Maybe I'll see something Tramp
related there.

Best regards, Michael.





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