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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: editors/xemacs-devel/files/patch-emacs.c
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Number of commits found: 4

Mon, 18 Apr 2005
[ 10:54 lesi ] Original commit 
1.92 editors/xemacs-devel/Makefile
1.27 editors/xemacs-devel/distinfo
1.1 editors/xemacs-devel/files/patch-configure.ac
1.4 editors/xemacs-devel/files/patch-emacs.c
1.4 editors/xemacs-devel/files/patch-mem-limits.h
1.36 editors/xemacs-devel/pkg-plist
Upgrade to 21.5 beta20 "cilantro" with help from xemacs-devel-mule upgrade
by Andrey Slusar. The same patch-configure.ac is used. Changes in patches
patch-mem-limits.h and patch-emacs.c are solved, but a bit differently in
source so remove them. Autoconf 2.59 is changed which changes a few
configure options names.

Security:       Fixes VuXML 3e3c860d-7dae-11d9-a9e7-0001020eed82
Tue, 4 Jan 2005
[ 12:11 gj ] Original commit 
1.86 editors/xemacs-devel/Makefile
1.26 editors/xemacs-devel/distinfo
1.3 editors/xemacs-devel/files/patch-emacs.c
1.3 editors/xemacs-devel/files/patch-mem-limits.h
1.34 editors/xemacs-devel/pkg-plist
Revert to 21.5.17 because 21.5.18 was imported without sufficient testing
by yours truely and is causing lots of build problems. I plan to keep
working on 21.5.18 until all the bugs are eliminated.

Approved by:    portsmgr (kris)
Tue, 14 Dec 2004
[ 12:00 gj ] Original commit 
1.82 editors/xemacs-devel/Makefile
1.25 editors/xemacs-devel/distinfo
1.2 editors/xemacs-devel/files/patch-emacs.c
1.2 editors/xemacs-devel/files/patch-mem-limits.h
1.33 editors/xemacs-devel/pkg-plist
Update to 21.5.8.

The patches patch-emacs.c and patch-mem-limits.h are no longer needed
because lim_data has been changed from an unsigned int to an unsigned
long, which should be big enough on all architectures which we support.

Make Andrey Slusar <anray AT inet DOT ua> the maintainer, since he kindly
offered to take over this port from me.
Wed, 21 Jul 2004
[ 21:56 gj ] Original commit 
1.1 editors/xemacs-devel/files/patch-emacs.c
1.1 editors/xemacs/files/patch-emacs.c
Add patch-emacs.c to fix  the following problem as quoted from the PR:

The port patches src/mem-limits.h to declare the "lim_data" variable
as rlim_t (a 64-bit type), but src/emacs.c still defines it as an
integer.  This makes the memory limit checking think that there are
zero bytes available.

PR: 69347
Submitted by: Andrew Heybey <ath@niksun.com>

Number of commits found: 4

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