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Author "Ryan C. Spaulding" <rspaulding@mail.arc.nasa.gov>
Full name "Ryan C. Spaulding" <rspaulding@mail.arc.nasa.gov>
Date 2005-06-29 16:31:51 PDT
Message Hi Jack,

Sorry, should of sent out the resolution. I was trying to import about
1565 rpms. I let it run for about 97 minutes before I killed it. I then
tried to import 10 and it imported fine. I have been adding them in
about 100 at a time and it seems to be happy now. Postgresql still
takes up 99% of the cpu for the last bit of the process but it is doing
it in about 2 minutes. I think having a smaller initial import to get
the ball rolling so to speak seems to make this thing fly.

Thank you,

On Jun 29, 2005, at 3:44 PM, Jack Neely wrote:

> On Wed, Jun 29, 2005 at 12:38:21PM -0700, Ryan C. Spaulding wrote:
>> Hi Jack,
>> That is what I thought, but the IO errors where "no such file or
>> directory" so I just took a shot at it. Right now it is importing but
>> I
>> think I am going to kill the postgresql process that is eating up 99%
>> of the CPU and has been running for close to 30 minutes now. I think I
>> am going to try a clean removal of current and reinstall 1.6
>> (currently
>> at 1.7) and see if my luck changes.
>> What kind of times are people seeing for the first channel scan?
>> Thank you,
>> Ryan
> Ryan,
> How many packages are you importing?
> Jack
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