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On Saturday 12 June 2004 20:19, Sri Gupta wrote:
> Try using a JIT-style python compiler.
> #emerge psyco
> #nano -w `which emerge`
> Add the bit from try: to pass in like so:
> import os,sys
> sys.path = ["/usr/lib/portage/pym"]+sys.path
> import psyco
> except ImportError:
> use tabs for the indented bits. you can also try the experimental
> database support (I'm using it, seems fine)
> # mkdir /etc/portage
> # echo 'portdbapi.auxdbmodule="portage_db_anydbm.database"' >
> /etc/portage/modules # echo
> 'eclass_cache.dbmodule="portage_db_anydbm.database"' >>
> Both of these speed up portage quite a bit...
Would like to know a bit more info about using a dbm database. I've found (and
reported) a way to use a mysql database with portage:
(http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=51704) -- how does this dbm solution
compare? and where is the database stored?
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