[IPython-User] ipython slow to start with --pylab flag
Sun Aug 11 09:30:48 CDT 2013
i am familiar with what you are talking about, but its not that. its
slow every time i start.
also, i noticed that the CPU is not being used during the 'pause'
before startup. . .
On Sun, Aug 11, 2013 at 10:26 AM, Thomas Kluyver <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It's quite slow to load all of the modules involved from disk, but once they
> have been loaded, the operating system will keep them in cache, so
> subsequent starts will be much faster. Could this be what you're seeing?
> On Aug 11, 2013 6:40 AM, "alex arsenovic" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> i have a strange problem that just began. all of a sudden,
>> `ipython --pylab` and `ipython notebook` take a long time to start
>> (15s). it used to take about 1s to start. i noticed that if i turn
>> off the --pylab flag (on the former), ipython starts instantly (<1s).
>> I can then import pylab, which takes no time.
>> i was playing with some configuration options for notebook at the time
>> i noticed this bizarre slow-down begin. so i mv'd my whole
>> .config/ipython directory, to get back to default. no effect.
>> i was also continually pulling the latest git master branch, so i
>> tested this by checking out an earlier version (ad1b59c), in which i
>> knew this slow-start was not happening. no effect.
>> i am very confused about what would cause this, and cant think of
>> anything i did. (fyi i have matplotlib-1.1.1-1 from ubuntu repos.)
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