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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/pire/pkg-descr
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Number of commits found: 3

Wed, 13 Apr 2016
[ 14:08 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:413209
413209 devel/pire/Makefile
413209 devel/pire/files
413209 devel/pire/files/patch-pire__stub__stl.h
413209 devel/pire/pkg-descr
- Fix build with libc++ 3.8
- Pet portlint
- Clean up pkg-descr and update WWW

PR:		208715
Submitted by:	dim
Fri, 12 Jul 2013
[ 15:01 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:322840
322840 astro/mkgmap-splitter/pkg-descr
322840 astro/mkgmap/pkg-descr
322840 astro/osmium/files/patch-test-run__tests.sh
322840 astro/osmium/files/patch-test-run_tests.sh
322840 audio/audiere/Makefile
322840 audio/dumb/Makefile
322840 audio/ximp3/Makefile
322840 audio/ximp3/pkg-plist
322840 converters/osm2mp/pkg-descr
322840 converters/osm2pgsql/Makefile

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- Trim Makefile headers
- Drop ABI versions from LIB_DEPENDS
- OptionsNG
- Pet portlint
- Switch to dynamic plist where useful
- Canonicalize patch names
- Fix DOS line endings in patch files
Thu, 11 Nov 2010
[ 20:55 amdmi3 ] Original commit 
1.4112 devel/Makefile
1.1 devel/pire/Makefile
1.1 devel/pire/distinfo
1.1 devel/pire/pkg-descr
1.1 devel/pire/pkg-plist
This is PIRE, Perl Incompatible Regular Expressions library.

This library is aimed at checking a huge amount of text against
relatively many regular expressions. Roughly speaking, it can just
check whether given text maches the certain regexp, but can do it
really fast (more than 400 MB/s on our hardware is common). Even more,
multiple regexps can be combined together, giving capability to
check the text against apx.10 regexps in a single pass (and mantaining
the same speed).

Since Pire examines each character only once, without any lookaheads
or rollbacks, spending about five machine instructions per each character,
it can be used even in realtime tasks.

On the other hand, Pire has very limited functionality (compared to
other regexp libraries). Pire does not have any Perlish conditional
regexps, lookaheads & backtrackings, greedy/nongreedy matches; neither
has it any capturing facilities.

Pire was developed in Yandex (http://company.yandex.ru/) as a part of its
web crawler.

WWW:    https://github.com/dprokoptsev/pire

Number of commits found: 3

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