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The cause of the slowdown was a change to the ZFS dataset. In conjunction with the database server, very little caching was being done. This combination resulted in increased disk I/O as the system churned through the database. Details in the blog post which outlines the various things which changed. Many graphs.

non port: databases/db5/files/patch-src_dbinc_mutex__int.h
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Number of commits found: 1

Mon, 23 May 2016
[ 22:07 mandree ] Original commit   Revision:415749
415749 databases/db5/Makefile
415749 databases/db5/files/patch-dbinc_mutex_int.h
415749 databases/db5/files/patch-dist_configure
415749 databases/db5/files/patch-src_dbinc_atomic.h
415749 databases/db5/files/patch-src_dbinc_mutex__int.h
415749 databases/db5/pkg-plist
Modernize Makefile and chase new requisites.

* Modernize Makefile [1].

* The Tcl changes suggested in the PR [1] are applied but commented out
  because the code causes scary "warning: the value of the size argument
  in 'strncat' is too large, might lead to a buffer overflow
  [-Wstrncat-size]" in lang/tcl/tcl_*.c on FreeBSD 10.3 amd64.

* Other than what is suggested in the PR,
  refuse to add the TCL option, and leave --disable-tcl in.

* JAVA option: restrict to Java versions 1.6 and 1.7 because the port
  fails to compile with JAVA option enabled and openjdk8
  (IllegalArgument exception).

portlint cleanups:
* Set PATCH_WRKSRC, and refresh patches with "make makepatch".
* Use Space (not HTab) after WWW: tag in pkg-descr
* Drop "The" from COMMENT.

PR:		208740 [1]
Submitted by:	gahr@ [1]

Number of commits found: 1

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