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Re: builds are getting slower?

From: Paul Eggert
Subject: Re: builds are getting slower?
Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2015 22:53:46 -0800
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Glenn Morris wrote:
I don't have that level of granularity. These builds were (normally)
started at 7.30am Pacific time, so correspond to whatever was in the
repo at that time. I didn't track the commit id.

From that raw data, there's a smaller performance hit between 20151013 and 20151015. The log for that time period (cutoff at 0730 Pacific time) is attached as log1.txt. The commit I'd have the most suspicion of is 2cc412cdc2635ecb99129271abe94bdd744742c2. You might try reversing that and seeing whether it boosts performance for you. (What flags are you passing to 'configure' and to 'make'? What is your platform?)

There's a larger performance hit between 20151109 and 20151110. The log for that time period (0730 Pacific cutoff) is attached as log2.txt. Nothing jumps out, I'm afraid.

Maybe next time you could record the commit ID as well; that might help track things down.

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