72318Re: Improving vim startup time for very large files
- Jul 17 3:13 PMOn 7/17/2013 9:54 AM, Mike Williams wrote:
> ...On some systems it also depends on how it is written. Is it a single
> Elapsed time is ~30s. Putting a profiler on VIM while it was writing
> the file it reported around ~5s CPU time driving the write to disk -
> the rest of it is waiting for file IO to complete. So both reading
> and writing of large files is (not too surprisingly) IO bound and
> dependent on OS behaviour and current system usage (available memory
> for file cache, paging other apps and data out as required, etc.)
huge write, or lots of small ones, or something in between.
When it's writing, vim copies all the characters doesn't it? I wonder
how well it would perform if the bytes were copied into a memory mapped
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