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Things are slow!

Some of the pages ont the website are slow. I know diskio is way up. I don't know what it is but it's been going on for about three weeks. It might have been a change to the zpool recordsize on the PostgreSQL database dataset.

One way to know: copy the dataset to another dataset with the original recordsize and use that. I hope can get to that later this week.

I have not tackled the issue yet because I've been concentrating on the BSDCan and PGCon calls for papers.

non port: devel/fnorb/pkg-plist
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Number of commits found: 9

Mon, 27 Oct 2014
[ 10:10 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:371544
371544 devel/bcpp/pkg-plist
371544 devel/bennugd-modules/pkg-plist
371544 devel/bglibs/pkg-plist
371544 devel/bicyclerepair/pkg-plist
371544 devel/bison/pkg-plist
371544 devel/bisoncpp/pkg-plist
371544 devel/bncsutil-ghost++/pkg-plist
371544 devel/boaconstructor/pkg-plist
371544 devel/boehm-gc/pkg-plist
371544 devel/bouml-doc/pkg-plist

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Cleanup plist
Mon, 4 Aug 2014
[ 03:40 adamw ] Original commit   Revision:363960
363960 cad/geda-utils/Makefile
363960 cad/geda-utils/pkg-plist
363960 databases/libdbi-drivers/Makefile
363960 databases/libdbi-drivers/pkg-plist
363960 databases/sqldeveloper/Makefile
363960 databases/sqldeveloper/pkg-plist
363960 deskutils/cycle/Makefile
363960 deskutils/cycle/pkg-plist
363960 devel/buildtool/Makefile
363960 devel/buildtool/pkg-plist

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In some straightforward cases, protect documentation behind
PORTDOCS, adding a DOCS option where needed, and a couple
PORTEXAMPLES for good measure.
Sun, 15 Dec 2013
[ 16:22 wg ] Original commit   Revision:336553
336553 Mk/bsd.python.mk
336553 audio/picard/Makefile
336553 audio/py-eyed3/Makefile
336553 databases/py-bsddb/Makefile
336553 databases/py-gdbm/Makefile
336553 databases/py-sqlite3/Makefile
336553 deskutils/tel/Makefile
336553 deskutils/x-tile/Makefile
336553 devel/fnorb/Makefile
336553 devel/fnorb/pkg-plist

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Use setuptools for all Python ports.

Setuptools is the preferred method to manage Python distributions after
many changes to the packaging ecosystem over the past couple of years.

Only ports using USE_PYDISTUTILS= yes are affected by this commit, ports using
USE_PYDISTUTILS= easy_install remains the same however this usage is now
deprecated and should be converted to USE_PYDISTUTILS= yes.

Some Python distributions do not work with setuptools out of the box because
they extend the install command from distutils and not setuptools, and
so they need to be patched accordingly.

pip (which leverages setuptools) works around the issue by using eggs, however
we want to get rid of those as well, as support for "flat" installation is
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Thu, 9 Jun 2005
[ 11:15 sem ] Original commit 
1.17 devel/fnorb/Makefile
1.3 devel/fnorb/distinfo
1.6 devel/fnorb/files/patch-aa
1.2 devel/fnorb/files/patch-orb-TypeCode.py
1.7 devel/fnorb/pkg-plist
- Update to 1.3
Tue, 4 Sep 2001
[ 15:20 wjv ] Original commit 
unknown devel/fnorb/Makefile
unknown devel/fnorb/files/patch-aa
unknown devel/fnorb/pkg-descr
unknown devel/fnorb/pkg-plist
- Housekeeping update :)   - Add runtime dependency on Tkinter   - Deploy
DOCSDIR   - Minor style updates in Makefile   - Update my email address   - Make
installation of examples dependent on NOPORTDOCS   - Bump PORTREVISION (because
of the last point above)    
Fri, 23 Feb 2001
[ 15:40 kevlo ] Original commit 
unknown devel/fnorb/Makefile
unknown devel/fnorb/pkg-plist
- Certain files were installed to incorrect locations, leading to serious    
breakage.   - Fixing the problem lead to a more general overhaul of the port.  
- Bumped PORTREVISION.    
Sun, 11 Feb 2001
[ 17:15 jeh ] Original commit 
unknown devel/fnorb/Makefile
unknown devel/fnorb/pkg-descr
unknown devel/fnorb/pkg-plist
- Though not broken as such, the way in which port docs was handled in    
pkg-plist caused the docs not to be included if the port was built as a    
package.  The %%PORTDOCS%% PLIST_SUB pragma now allows an elegant way to     get
around this.   - Did bump PORTREVISION of this reason   - Fixed a typo.  :-)    
Fri, 24 Nov 2000
[ 15:14 kevlo ] Original commit 
unknown devel/fnorb/Makefile
unknown devel/fnorb/files/patch-aa
unknown devel/fnorb/pkg-plist
- Changed PLIST so that the port deinstalls cleanly even if it had been    
installed -DNOPORTDOCS.    
Wed, 1 Nov 2000
[ 11:53 jeh ] Original commit 
unknown devel/fnorb/Makefile
unknown devel/fnorb/pkg-descr
unknown devel/fnorb/pkg-plist
Port cleanup.  Bumped PORTREVISION to 1    

Number of commits found: 9

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