Kazu Yamamoto | 1 Mar 08:27 2004
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[mew-int 01758] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow

From: Tatsuya Kinoshita <tats <at> vega.ocn.ne.jp>
Subject: [mew-int 01756] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow

> Mew 3.3 (CVS stable-3-2 on 2004-01-30) with the default values:
>   02:16
>   02:15
> Mew 4.0.64 (CVS head on 2004-02-28) with the default values:
>   04:24
>   04:22

Can you use profile, ie "elp", so that we can find which code is
bottle neck?

--Kazu

Tatsuya Kinoshita | 1 Mar 15:20 2004
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[mew-int 01759] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow

On March 1, 2004, [mew-int 01758],
kazu (at iijlab.net) wrote:

> > Mew 3.3 (CVS stable-3-2 on 2004-01-30) with the default values:
> >   02:16
> >   02:15
> > Mew 4.0.64 (CVS head on 2004-02-28) with the default values:
> >   04:24
> >   04:22
> 
> Can you use profile, ie "elp", so that we can find which code is
> bottle neck?

I attached elp-resultsy to this mail.

--

-- 
Tatsuya Kinoshita
Attachment (mew3-em20-elp.txt.gz): application/octet-stream, 2821 bytes
Attachment (mew4-em20-elp.txt.gz): application/octet-stream, 3376 bytes
George Kahler | 2 Mar 14:37 2004
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[mew-int 01760] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow

On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 07:01:09 +0900 (JST), Tatsuya Kinoshita <tats <at> vega.ocn.ne.jp> wrote:
> On February 26, 2004, [mew-int 01748],
> george (at yorku.ca) wrote:
> 
> > Hi, after upgrading to 4.0.62 from 3.3 Mew is very slow. Basically any
> > action that causes a rescan of the folder.
> 
> Please upgrade Mew 4 to 4.0.63 or later, it is faster than 4.0.62.
> (Though Mew 3 is faster than Mew 4...)

My, apologies, yes I was talking about local folders as Kazu guessed
correctly.

As Tatsuya recommended that I download, compiled and installed 4.0.64
and ran the test again. Here are the results.
     (all but mew version is constant)
     local folder 4,500 messages - one file per message
     Emacs 20.7.1

Mew 3.3
    1:44 min

Mew 4.0.62
    4:47 min

Mew 4.0.64
    3:00 min

So there is a bit better performance with Mew-4.0.64 but it is still
about twice as slow.
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Kazu Yamamoto | 2 Mar 14:52 2004
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[mew-int 01761] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow

Hello George,

From: George Kahler <george <at> yorku.ca>
Subject: [mew-int 01760] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow

> Mew 4.0.64
>     3:00 min
> 
> So there is a bit better performance with Mew-4.0.64 but it is still
> about twice as slow.

Thank you for your report.

> Please let me know if there is anything else that you would like me to
> try.

Would you type this command on your CVS mew directory?

	% cvs status mew-local.el

The revision should be 1.84. If it is 1.83, please "cvs update" and
test it again.

I found a big bug in mew-local.el and commit a patch today, which made
the revision of mew-local.el upgraded to 1.84.

--Kazu

henri | 2 Mar 19:44 2004

[mew-int 01762] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow

i don't have any numbers, but i just upgraded from 4.0.61 to
today's cvs and it is noticably faster

running xemacs [version 21.4.15; February 2004] w/ the gtk stuff

thanks!

henri

On 02 Mar 2004, Kazu Yamamoto ($B;3K\OBI'(B) <kazu <at> iijlab.net> wrote: 

> Hello George,
> 
> From: George Kahler <george <at> yorku.ca>
> Subject: [mew-int 01760] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow
> 
> > Mew 4.0.64
> >     3:00 min
> > 
> > So there is a bit better performance with Mew-4.0.64 but it is still
> > about twice as slow.
> 
> Thank you for your report.
> 
> > Please let me know if there is anything else that you would like me to
> > try.
> 
> Would you type this command on your CVS mew directory?
> 
> 	% cvs status mew-local.el
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George Kahler | 3 Mar 21:08 2004
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[mew-int 01763] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow

Yes, the source was at 1.83
OK, so after the cvs update to 1.84 it now takes 2:47 
Only 13 sec faster

George

On Tue, 02 Mar 2004 22:52:30 +0900 (JST), Kazu Yamamoto (山本和彦) <kazu <at> iijlab.net> wrote:
> Hello George,
> 
> From: George Kahler <george <at> yorku.ca>
> Subject: [mew-int 01760] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow
> 
> > Mew 4.0.64
> >     3:00 min
> > 
> > So there is a bit better performance with Mew-4.0.64 but it is still
> > about twice as slow.
> 
> Thank you for your report.
> 
> > Please let me know if there is anything else that you would like me to
> > try.
> 
> Would you type this command on your CVS mew directory?
> 
> 	% cvs status mew-local.el
> 
> The revision should be 1.84. If it is 1.83, please "cvs update" and
> test it again.
> 
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Meino Christian Cramer | 4 Mar 14:17 2004
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[mew-int 01764] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow

Hi,

 I have a question regarding refilling.

 There is german newsticker (www.heise.de) which supports sending news
 to anyone you want via an web interface if you also include your own
 email address.

 I use this nice service to send myself important news.

 When such a mail reached me, the sender and the receiver are filled
 with my own email address.

 I have a folder "+heise", which I want as a target for refilling such
 mails. Unfortunately -- due to my own address in from: and to:, I
 cannot make any disctinction between other private mail, which are
 sent by my friends (for example).

 Are there other possibilities, to give the "refiller" in mew a hint,
 where to put suche heise-mails?

 Can I use the subject instead of the TO and FROM field for regexps in
 the mew-refile-guess-alist ? (just a guess....)

 Thank you very much in advance for any hint/tip ! :O)

 Kind regards,
 Meino

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bosse nyström | 4 Mar 15:36 2004
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[mew-int 01765] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow

From: Meino Christian Cramer <Meino.Cramer <at> gmx.de>
Subject: [mew-int 01764] Re: Mew-4.x VERY slow
Date: Thu, 04 Mar 2004 14:17:48 +0100 (CET)

      hi,

i still use mew 3.3 but there e.g

(setq mew-refile-guess-alist
      '(
	("Subject:"
	 ("^CVS:" . "%inbox.cvs")
	 ......

works to refile all the mail from our local cvs-notification

--bosse

(^_^) Hi,
(^_^) 
(^_^)  I have a question regarding refilling.
(^_^) 
(^_^)  There is german newsticker (www.heise.de) which supports sending news
(^_^)  to anyone you want via an web interface if you also include your own
(^_^)  email address.
(^_^) 
(^_^)  I use this nice service to send myself important news.
(^_^) 
(^_^)  When such a mail reached me, the sender and the receiver are filled
(^_^)  with my own email address.
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henri | 4 Mar 17:10 2004

[mew-int 01766] buffering of keystrokes

not sure when this changed, but i hit "i" get my new mail,
have most of the mail sorted by mew then i hit "x"

but if i hit "x" before all the inbox scan is done the
keystroke is lost.

i _think_ that it used to buffer it so i didn't have to wait
till the scan was done

am i off base? or is there some config option?

henri

Roberto Quiroga | 4 Mar 17:46 2004
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[mew-int 01767] new mail in mew

Whith the last cvs =?iso-8859-1?Q?versi=F3n,?= mew no longer read the mail
 in
/var/mail/≤user>. any hits on how to debug this problem?.
mail is downloaded with fetchmail + procmail + sendmail.
$ ls -al /var/mail
-rw-------   1 rquiroga  rquiroga  2173537 Mar  4 13:27 <user>

mew 4.0.64 (last updated at 09.00 UTC) emacs 21.2.1 openbsd 3.2
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: Text/Plain; charset=us-ascii
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit


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