Re: [kde] Plasma 5: Akonadi and slow start
- Date: Mon, 01 Aug 2016 11:26:14 +0300
- From: Yaroslav Pronin <proninyaroslav@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [kde] Plasma 5: Akonadi and slow start
> Yaroslav Pronin posted on Sun, 31 Jul 2016 10:41:54 +0300 as excerpted:
> > Hello. For a long time (Plasma 5, Fedora and ArchLinux) I have noticed
> > that if use akonadi, the startup time is markedly increased (black
> > screen 1-1.5 minute after login). I read a lot about this problem, but
> > working solution I haven't found. Is there a way to use akonadi without
> > effect a slow start?
Many thanks for the detailed answer :^) Yes, I'm currently using HDD in my
main PC and plan to buy SSD, but on my MacBook Air I also noticed a slight
delay during Akonadi startup, I think that your script will help me.
Apparently it's a disease of Akonadi.
>As mentioned, I believe the issue is fragmented IO, as either a few large
>and highly fragmented files, or a whole bunch of smaller files that
>individually aren't fragmented as they're small, but that happen to be
>scattered all over your storage device, but either way, that akonadi
>reads into memory as it starts.
in my home directory stored a lot of git projects, which consist of hundreds
of thousands small files, I think that they are the cause poor performance of
my HDD. Can help me moving git projects to a separate logical partition?
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