Short Startup Time, Enormously Long Login Time
As of the last few months, my PowerBook G4 12" (1.33GHz, 768MB RAM,
10.3.9) has been exhibiting an excessively long delay between login and
desktop accessbility. The bootup is extremely fast, but after I type my
name and password in (and after the login window disappears), I get
beachball for almost a full minute before my desktop displays (or any
of my startup items load). I'm interested to know what is causing this
delay, so I'm looking for a few tips:
- What log files should I be looking at to try and diagnose this problem?
- What actually gets loaded between t...SHOW TIME vs. MCR SYSMAN /CLUSTER DO SHOW TIME
During the time change I noticed a difference in time using certain commands.
My UTC was set properly across all nodes.
For example SHOW TIME and SHOW SYSTEM reflect a standard time across all nodes:
$ SHOW TIME
$ SHOW SYSTEM /CLUSTER /NOPROC
OpenVMS V7.2-1 on node NODE1 31-OCT-2004 07:35:22.63 Uptime 204 20:00:47
OpenVMS V7.2-1 on node NODE2 31-OCT-2004 07:35:22.64 Uptime 187 07:19:01
OpenVMS V7.2-1 on node NODE3 31-OCT-2004 07:35:22.65 Uptime 204 19:31:08
===============================================...Oracle 10g enterprise on windows xp pro
I'm quite new to oracle so please bear with me :)
I installed Oracle 10g on an old desktop pc (athlon 1,3 ghz, 512mb ram,
via chipset), OS is a fresh and clean windows xp with sp2. What makes
me really wonder: if I log in with the windows user without waiting
some minutes the oracle instance isn't coming up. enterprise manager
tells me that the listener is started, but instance is down. I waited
about 5 to 10 minutes, nothing happend. If I wait for about 3 to 5
minutes before I log in everythings fine!
Thanks for any help / suggestions in advance! :)
Mathias Ringho...Startup time
In some communication models the time required to transfer n elements
at a time is given by s + n*w, where s is the startup time and w is the
time for transferring one element. It is also known that one could
overlap communication with computation, i.e. while all n elements are
being transferred the CPU may perform some computations. Does this
overlapping include the startup time or not?
> In some communication models the time required to transfer n elements
> at a time is given by s + n*w, where s is the startup time and w is the
> time for transferring one element. I...PSP8 Startup Time
A few weeks ago we had a thread about the slow startup time for PSP8
compared to 7.
A common thought was that it was very dependent upon system memory.
I use Win98, 600 MHz.
At the time, I had 128 M ram and my startup time for PSP8 was
30 seconds for the first start, and about
26 seconds for subsequent starts.
Today I installed an additional 256 M, and now get these times
30 seconds for the first start, and about
10 seconds for subsequent.
So, at least for my system, the extra Ram didn't influence the initial start
time at all.
Of course, I get many other benefits, particularly the abi...cisco startup time?
how to find the cisco startup time..or for how long it has been
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
raptor <email@example.com> wrote:
:how to find the cisco startup time..or for how long it has been
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"show uptime" are sure or just drunk?
"Walter Roberson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> In article <...sshd -i startup time
When I run sshd from xinetd, it takes 30 seconds for the password prompt
to appear. sshd is not using up cpu in this time. What is is doing?
Running sshd -i -d -d -d give me:
Feb 14 16:58:12 d1 xinetd: START: sshd pid=4888 from=188.8.131.52
Feb 14 16:58:42 d1 sshd: debug1: inetd sockets after dupping: 5, 6
This is OpenSSH_3.5p1
On 2006-02-15, Joseph Shraibman <email@example.com> wrote:
> When I run sshd from xinetd, it takes 30 seconds for the password prompt
> to appear. sshd is not using up cpu in this time. What is is doing?
Reverse resolving the sour...Application startup times
I'm sure this is a newbie question, and certainly a FAQ.
I'm finding that starting up apps (particularly kate and quanta) in KDE
takes forever - often over 5 minutes. I've googled around, but apart from
general guides to setting up swap partitions, I've not found anything
useful (probably because I dont know what keywords to look for).
This is what free shows while kate is loading, and my hard disk is thrashing
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 256020 242464 13556 0 41156 66628
-/+ buf...Improving startup time
I am on Linux (Ubuntu Feisty) and when I start wish, it can take up to 10
seconds before the application launches. The start of my program
looks like this:
# vim: tw=0
and I sometimes wait about 10 seconds before seeing that message.
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