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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: graphics/netpbm/files/patch-lib-libsystem.c
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Number of commits found: 2

Fri, 6 Oct 2017
[ 11:18 tobik ] Original commit   Revision:451378
451378 astro/xplanet/Makefile
451378 graphics/netpbm/Makefile
451378 graphics/netpbm/distinfo
451378 graphics/netpbm/files/Makefile.config.FreeBSD
451378 graphics/netpbm/files/config.mk
451378 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-GNUmakefile
451378 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-Makefile.common
451378 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-jpeg.c
451378 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-lib-Makefile
451378 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-lib-libpbm3.c

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graphics/netpbm: Update to 10.80.00

- This moves netpbm to the advanced release series, which brings the
  port closer to what is available on OpenBSD, Fedora, Arch Linux,
  openSUSE, etc. and will let us get rid of patches for supporting
  newer libpng versions.
- The advanced release series is only available via an SVN checkout.
  Add two maintenance targets netpbm-version-check and netpbm-fetch
  to make fetching them easier.  To generate release tarballs the sources
  are then tagged and committed to https://github.com/t6/netpbm
- Add STATIC option for linking all programs statically to allow running them
  in small chroots
- Add option to disable adding a Perl run dependency.  Only a fraction
  of all programs need it.  Some are compatibility shims for newer
  programs which should be used instead.  The following programs require
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Fri, 22 Apr 2011
[ 05:59 dinoex ] Original commit 
1.194 graphics/netpbm/Makefile
1.13 graphics/netpbm/files/Makefile.config.FreeBSD
1.2 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-GNUmakefile
1.2 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-converter-other-pstopnm
1.7 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-editor-pnmquant
1.2 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-jpeg.c
1.6 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-lib-Makefile
1.2 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-lib-libpm.c
1.1 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-lib-libsystem.c
1.3 graphics/netpbm/files/patch-pm_config.in.h

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- update to 10.35.80

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