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Re: Tramp too slow to be usefull

From: Thierry Leurent
Subject: Re: Tramp too slow to be usefull
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2017 22:44:23 +0200
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Thans fo your solution. It's work
On Wednesday, 2 August 2017 08:54:33 CEST Michael Albinus wrote:
> Thierry Leurent <> writes:
> > Hello,
> Hi Thierry,
> > I'm trying to use tramp but it's very slow even I work with a local
> > file owned by root.
> Quoting from the Tramp manual, "Frequently Asked Questions":
>    ? How could I speed up TRAMP?
>      In the backstage, TRAMP needs a lot of operations on the remote
>      host.  The time for transferring data from and to the remote host
>      as well as the time needed to perform the operations there count.
>      In order to speed up TRAMP, one could either try to avoid some of
>      the operations, or one could try to improve their performance.
>      Use an external method, like ?scp?.
>      Use caching.  This is already enabled by default.  Information
>      about the remote host as well as the remote files are cached for
>      reuse.  The information about remote hosts is kept in the file
>      specified in ?tramp-persistency-file-name?.  Keep this file.  If
>      you are confident that files on remote hosts are not changed out of
>      Emacs? control, set ?remote-file-name-inhibit-cache? to ?nil?.  Set
>      also ?tramp-completion-reread-directory-timeout? to ?nil?, *note
>      File name completion::.
>      Disable version control.  If you access remote files which are not
>      under version control, a lot of check operations can be avoided by
>      disabling VC.  This can be achieved by
>           (setq vc-ignore-dir-regexp
>                 (format "\\(%s\\)\\|\\(%s\\)"
>                         vc-ignore-dir-regexp
>                         tramp-file-name-regexp))
>      Disable excessive traces.  The default trace level of TRAMP,
>      defined in the variable ?tramp-verbose?, is 3.  You should increase
>      this level only temporarily, hunting bugs.
> > Thnaks for your help.
> > 
> > Regards,
> > 
> > -----
> > Thierry Leurent
> Best regards, Michael.


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